Schistosomiasis and travel medicine.

Abstract

The rise in off-track tourism and the spread of schistosomiasis in previously non-endemic areas results in an increasing number of imported schistosomiasis cases. - Detection of eggs in stool or urine and specific serology supports the diagnosis, however eosinophilia in early infection is low. In travel groups with a single index case all members of the… (More)

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@article{Lademann2000SchistosomiasisAT, title={Schistosomiasis and travel medicine.}, author={Matthias Lademann and G. D. Burchard and E. C. Reisinger}, journal={European journal of medical research}, year={2000}, volume={5 9}, pages={405-10} }