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A study of intestinal parasites in children in two villages in Cukurova






Turkiye Parazitoloji Dergisi 15(3-4): 92-96

A study of intestinal parasites in children in two villages in Cukurova

Faecal samples from children (0-13 years old) in Cotlu (173) and Nalkulak (117), Turkey, were examined. The children were also examined by the Scotch tape method. 128 (71.09%) and 75 (64.10%) were positive for parasites in the 2 villages, respectively.


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