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[factors involved in the spread of enteroparasites. iii. distribution of various enteroparasitosis in 2 population groups in the city of ribeirão preto, são paulo, brazil]. 1978206950
[prevalence of entamoeba histolytica and e ntamoeba hartmanni in the municipality of ribeirao preto, sao paulo (brazil)]. 196213944927
prevalence of intestinal parasitic infection in five farms in holambra, são paulo, brazil.a parasitological survey was carried out on 222 inhabitants of five farms in holambra, located 30 km north of campinas, são paulo, brazil, on october 1992. approximately 70% of the inhabitants were found to be infected with at least one species of intestinal parasite. the positive rates of 6 helminths and 7 protozoan species detected are as follows: 5.4% ascaris lumbricoides; 8.6% trichuris trichiura; 19.8% necator americanus; 10.4% strongyloides stercoralis; 1.4% enterobius vermicularis; 0.9% h ...19957569635
entamoeba histolytica zymodemes in children of osasco, são paulo. 19937997764
the prevalence of infection by intestinal parasites in an urban slum in são paulo, brazil.sedimentation parasitological examinations were performed in stool specimens from a random household-based sample of 407 dwellers, all age groups being represented, in a slum of são paulo, south-eastern brazil. intestinal parasites were detected in 45.7% of the specimens. the most prevalent parasites in this population were ascaris lumbricoides (23.8%) and trichuris trichiura (17.2%); only 17 individuals (4.2%) harboured giardia duodenalis and 6 (1.5%) harboured entamoeba histolytica. taenia and ...19948170003
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