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African trypanosomaisis (African sleeping sickness)


, : African trypanosomaisis (African sleeping sickness). Parasitic infections in pregnancy and the newborn: 43-61

The life cycle of Trypanosoma, and the effects of maternal African trypanosomiasis on the mother, the fetus and the neonate are described.

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