• Corpus ID: 38127606

Intestinal parasitic infections in Campalagian district, south Sulawesi, Indonesia.

  title={Intestinal parasitic infections in Campalagian district, south Sulawesi, Indonesia.},
  author={Andarias Mangali and P Sasabone and Syafruddin and K Abadi and Hideo Hasegawa and Takako Toma and Kiyoshi Kamimura and Ichiro Miyagi},
  journal={The Southeast Asian journal of tropical medicine and public health},
  volume={24 2},
Intestinal parasitic infections were surveyed in the inhabitants of 3 coastal and 2 inland villages of Campalagian District, South Sulawesi, Indonesia, in July 1992. A total of 398 fecal samples were examined by using Kato-Katz thick smear, Harada-Mori culture and agar-plate culture techniques. Protozoan cysts were examined by formalin ether concentration technique on 380 fecal samples. Soil-transmitted helminth infections were highly prevalent with the overall positive rates as follows… 
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