4 edition of Epidemiology and Control of Schistosomiasis found in the catalog.
Epidemiology and Control of Schistosomiasis
World Health Organization
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Contents: Schistosomiasis: 4/5(1). The manual aims to provide " a broad practical guidance in the planning and conduct of epidemiological surveys and operations designed to control schistosomiasis ".Cited by: Epidemiology and control of schistosomiasis (bilharziasis).
Book: Epidemiology and control of schistosomiasis (bilharziasis). + pp. P. JORDAN, M.D. D.T.M.&H.; EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL OF SCHISTOSOMIASIS, British Medical Bulletin, Vol Issue 1, 1 JanuaryPages 55–59, by: To cover that gap, the present article reviews the epidemiology, malacology, morbidity, and the milestones the country has made in efforts to control schistosomiasis and discusses future control.
Schistosomiasis (bilharzia) is a neglected tropical disease caused by parasitic flatworms (blood flukes) of the genus Schistosoma, with considerable morbidity in parts of the Middle East, South.
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