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A human case of echinostomiasis in Shimane Prefecture and experimental infection in rats.



A human case of echinostomiasis in Shimane Prefecture and experimental infection in rats.



Japanese journal of parasitology 31(5): 385-39039-44



Echinostoma hortense, E. cinetorchis, Fasciola sp., comparison of egg measurements

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