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Unusual Scalp Dermatitis In Humans Caused By The Mite, Dermatophagoides

@inproceedings{Traver1951UnusualSD,
  title={Unusual Scalp Dermatitis In Humans Caused By The Mite, Dermatophagoides},
  author={J. Traver},
  year={1951}
}
The writer and two other members of her immediate family, all of us adult females, have been for the past several years the unwilling hosts to the mite, Dermatophagoides scheremetewskyi Bogdanow. Since the published reports on this mite as a parasite of humans are not numerous, it seems desirable to present an account of the activities of the mite from first hand information. Symptoms, treatment employed in the attempt to control or eradicate the mite, reaction of certain members of the medical… Expand
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