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Efficacy of ivermectin treatment of Loa loa filariasis patients without microfilaraemias

, : Efficacy of ivermectin treatment of Loa loa filariasis patients without microfilaraemias. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 88(1): 93-94

Accession: 002367653

PMID: 8192523

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