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comparison of two methods (microscopy and enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) for the diagnosis of amebiasis.diagnosis of amebiasis is usually performed on a clinical basis alone in most endemic countries having limited economic resources. this epidemiological study was conducted using modern diagnostic tests for amebiasis in the southeastern region of turkey, an endemic area for amebiasis. the population of this study included patients with symptomatic diarrhea/dysentery attending both yuzuncu yil university, van and harran university, sanliurfa, turkey. a total of 380 stool specimens were collected a ...200515955332
[intestinal parasites detected in süphan primary schoolchildren in van].this study was performed in order to determine the distribution of intestinal parasites among students of süphan primary school in van in 2005. in the study, stool specimens were taken from 395 students (166 girls and 229 boys) between 7-15 years of age. the specimens were examined by native-lugol, flotation and trichrome staining methods in the parasitology laboratory of health research and training hospital, yüzüncü yil university. one or more parasite species were detected in 28.9 % of the ch ...200920101581
[intestinal parasitoses detected in primary schoolchildren in the van province].this study was carried out on school children in primary schools in the van province in order to investigate the distribution of intestinal parasitoses. the study was conducted in 7-15 year-old primary schoolchildren during the years from 2003-2005. stool specimens were taken from 2975 school children; of these, 1289 were female and 1686, male. the specimens were examined by native-lugol, flotation and trichrome staining methods in the parasitology laboratory of the health research and training ...200920101580
[prevalence of intestinal parasites among workers in food sector in van region].stool and cellophane tape specimens were taken for parasitological examination from 739 people who work in food sector and applied to the public health lab of the van health administration for porter examination. parasites were determined at 131 people (17.71%) of 739 worker whom samples were investigated. ninety-five people had one, 30 people had two, 5 people had three and one person had four parasite species. parasites determined in the study were 19.08% helminthes and 80.91% protozoon. in th ...200718224624
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