endemic amebiasis in an arkansas community.parasitologic, serologic, and epidemiologic studies were done during 1967 in calion, arkansas (population 544). infection with entamoeba histolytica was found to be endemic but was segregated along racial lines. twenty-two (9.9%) black compared with only one (0.6%) white had e. histolytica demonstrated in one stool examination; only two blacks had symptoms suggestive of amebiasis. no positive amebiasis indirect hemaggulination titers were found in 135 white residents. in contrast, 41 (17.9%) bla ...1976180800
a sample survey of selected areas in and near little rock, arkansas, to assess the prevalence of entamoeba histolytica.laboratory confirmed clinical amoebiasis was diagnosed among more than 50 persons by the university of arkansas medical center from 1965 to 1961. the presence of this number of patients prompted an investigation into the prevalence of entamoeba histolytica in four selected areas in and around little rock, arkansas. the results of the study, using a sample survey technique, showed that it is possible to have a seemingly large number of clinically significant cases of amoebiasis in a population wi ...196314107755
serologic diagnosis of amebiasis. 19724334399
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