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Hookworm infection and anaemia in school children



Hookworm infection and anaemia in school children



Siriraj Hospital Gazette 29(9): 1251-1257



The relationship between hookworm infection and anaemia was studied in 162 schoolchildren of both sexes from 7 to 10 year old in a rural area of north-east Thailand. 134 of the children had hookworm eggs in their faeces in numbers ranging from 100 to 12,000 e.p.g. A significant negative correlation was observed between faecal egg count and haemoglobin concentration.

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