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Human echinococcosis in Saudi Arabia

Human echinococcosis in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Medical Journal 2(2): 77-84

Echinococcus granulosus, current status of echinococcosis in humans, incidence by age, distribution in organs, surgical management: Saudi Arabia

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