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Prevalence of intestinal parasitic infections and predisposing factors among children in field practice area of tertiary care centre in South India

@inproceedings{Vilwanathan2017PrevalenceOI,
  title={Prevalence of intestinal parasitic infections and predisposing factors among children in field practice area of tertiary care centre in South India},
  author={Sangeetha Vilwanathan and Yashwanth and Abirami Lakshmy Jayachandran and Balan Kandasamy and T. S. Vijayalakshmi},
  year={2017}
}
Introduction: The intestinal parasitic infections are more common in many parts of the world with the developing countries being affected the worse. These are more common children due to presence of varied risk factors in this group. Aim: To estimate the prevalence of intestinal parasitic infections and their predisposing factors among children. Methods: The study involved 204 children and their stool samples were collected and examined by wet mount-saline and iodine, and concentrationsaturated… 

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