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Respiratory-tract infections in the tropics



Respiratory-tract infections in the tropics



Practitioner 215(1290): 740-744



Tropical pulmonary eosinophilia caused by microfilariae, Loeffler's syndrome or simple pulmonary eosinophilia caused by migrating Ascaris or Ancylostoma larvae and paragonimiasis are included in this review.

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