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survey for intestinal parasites in belize, central america.a stool survey was carried out in 5 villages in the toledo district of the central american country of belize. eighty-two percent of a total population of 672 participated. the stools were examined by the formalin-ethyl-acetate concentration technique. sixty-six percent of the population was found to have one or more intestinal parasites. the most common infection was hookworm (55%) followed by ascaris lumbricoides (30%), entamoeba coli (21%), trichuris trichiura (19%), giardia lamblia (12%), io ...200415689057
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