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Related to Enterobius: enterobiasis, Dracunculus, Trichinella
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Dipylidium caninum Mimicking Recurrent Enterobius vermicularis (Pinworm) Infection.
Sonuc olarak, yillardir enurezisin etkenleri olarak organik nedenlerin ve psikolojik faktorlerin rol oynadiginin bilinmesine karsin adenoid vejetasyon, enterobius vermikularis, anne sutu ile beslememe, fundik ve soya fasulyesi alerjileri gibi faktorlerin de goz onune alinmasi gerektigi dusunulmektedir.
The most frequently detected parasites were Enterobius vermicularis (12.
Abstract: Enterobius vermicularis has the broadest geographic range of any helminth and is the most common intestinal parasite seen in the primary care setting.
Giardia Giardia (4) Ascaris (2) Enterobius (1) Values shown are mean (SE) except where indicated.
double dagger]) Includes eggs of Enterobius vermicularis (schools A and B) and Hymenolepis nana (school C) worms.
The cellophone tape method was performed for Enterobius vermicularis and Taenia spp.
Infectious causes include Candida albicans, dermatophytes, Staphylococcus aureus, Corynebacterium minutissimum (erythrasma), group A [beta]-hemolytic Streptococcus, human Papillomavirus, herpes simplex, Enterobius vermicularis, and Sarcoptes scabiei.
Trichuris and Enterobius have simple lifecycles as they attach and grow in the intestine after ingestion and start producing eggs.
In this case the experiments showed 4 adult Enterobius vermicularis and 8 Ascaris eggs in two cockroaches from hospital but observation of control group did not show any parasitic contamination.
of patients Final diagnosis Serologic diagnosis Direct diagnosis Filaria Infection 45 18 Schistosoma Infection 17 20 Hookworm Infection 36 Trichuris Infection 18 Ascaris Infection 9 Strongyloides Infection 5 Fasciola Infection 2 Enterobius Infection 1 Blastocystis Infection 4 Note: Table made from bar graph.
7-12) Some of these were parasitic diseases, such as schistosomiasis or Enterobius vermicularis (pinworm) infection.