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Human cysticercosis: medical-social implications and economic impact



Human cysticercosis: medical-social implications and economic impact



Cysticercosis: present state of knowledge and perspectives Proc Internat workshop on cysticercosis, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico, Nov 16-18, 1981: 47-51



It is calculated from data provided by the National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery that 0.06% of the 70 million inhabitants of Mexico have cysticercosis of the central nervous system, i.e. 42 000 people. Based on the prevalence of epilepsy, the number of cases becomes 98 000 (0.14% of the population).

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