enterobiasis


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

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Enterobiasis: During the study period, 1056.805 persons (500.251 in 2013 and 556.554 in 2014) were examined.
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.
The control of Enterobiasis is difficult due to frequent recurrences and a short life cycle.
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).
It is mainly used in animals and humans in the treatment of worm infestations (such as strongyloidiasis, ascariasis, trichuriasis, filariasis and enterobiasis).
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.[1] Humans are the only host for the E.