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Direct fecal-oral transmission of giardiasis

Direct fecal-oral transmission of giardiasis

Giardia and giardiasis biology, pathogenesis, and epidemiology: 329-339

Direct transmission of giardiasis is reviewed under the headings: parasite factors and host factors in direct transmsisison; institutional transmission by infants and the retarded; venereal transmission; pets as a possible focus of direct transmission.

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