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Effect of repeated examination and treatment for Clonorchis, hookworm, Ascaris and Trichuris infection control



Effect of repeated examination and treatment for Clonorchis, hookworm, Ascaris and Trichuris infection control



Chinese Journal of Parasitic Disease Control 8(3): 211-213



Between 1990 and 1992, control measures for Clonorchis sinensis, hookworms, Ascaris and Trichuris infections were employed in a village of Wuhua county in Guangdong province, China. Before 1990, the infection rate of C. sinensis was 29.4%. All clonorchiasis cases were treated with 100 mg praziquantel/kg. On re-examination in 1991 and 1992, the infection rate of C. sinensis had dropped to 13.9% and 8.7%, respectively.

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