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Human fascioliasis in some countries of the eastern Mediterranean region


, : Human fascioliasis in some countries of the eastern Mediterranean region. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal 4(1): 156-160

Human fascioliasis (Fasciola hepatica and F. gigantica) in Egypt, Iran and Yemen is briefly reviewed with reference to epidemiology, transmission, prevention and control.

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