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An amoeboma - lest we forget

, : An amoeboma - lest we forget. Journal of the Indian Medical Association 84(1): 18-20

Amoeboma of the caecum, the result of an infection with Entamoeba histolytica, was successfully treated in a 70-year-old man in India, using parenteral metronidazole 3 times/day.

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