enterobiasis


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an infestation with or a resulting infection caused by the pinworm Enterobius vermicularis

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Moreover, there is an article on the relationship between acute appendicitis and enterobiasis and two articles discussing the existence of Demodex and its symptoms.
However, in the literature, isolated cases have been reported of ovarian or tubal enterobiasis and most of these patients were of reproductive age group, just as in our case.
In this study, parasitic infestation of the appendix was thought to play a role in causing disease states including acute appendicitis, chronic appendicitis and appendicial perforation, especially in cases of Enterobiasis and Ascariasis infection.
Song HJ, Cho CH, Kim JS, Choi MH, Hong ST: Prevalence and risk factors for enterobiasis among preschool children in a metropolitan city in Korea.
Enterobiasis en escolares de una poblacion rural del Estado Falcon, Venezuela y su relacion con el nivel socio-economico.
The possibility of zoonotic transmission in Cornwall was investigated by comparing risk factors for ascariasis and enterobiasis (caused by an enteric helminth that infects only humans).
El sintoma que se encontro con mayor frecuencia entre los ninos parasitados fue el dolor abdominal, seguido por prurito anal, el sintoma mas frecuente en la enterobiasis, cuyo agente causal es E.
Enterobiasis is caused by the human pinworm Enterobius vermicularis.
Enterobiasis (oxyuriasis or pinworm infection) is the most common helminth infection in the USA and Western Europe, particularly amongst school-aged children.
The main objectives of the study were to determine the prevalence of parasites in three regions of Sivas, Turkey, to advise people on the appropriate treatment of intestinal parasitic infections, to determine the importance of household visits in primary healthcare to control parasitic diseases, and to assess the role of the cellophane tape (CT) test in the diagnosis of taeniasis and enterobiasis.