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Control of amebiasis


Amebiasis Human Parasitic Diseases Vol 2: 241-260
Control of amebiasis
This chapter on the general control of Entamoeba histolytica infection deals with the prevention of faecal-oral transmission via sanitation, hygiene, and insect control.


Accession: 001554411



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