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Human gastrointestinal myiasis by Eristalis tenax


, : Human gastrointestinal myiasis by Eristalis tenax. Revista de Saude Publica 32(4): 367-369

Larvae obtained from faeces of 2 patients in Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina, were identified as E. tenax. These 2 cases of human gastrointestinal myiasis were the first to be registered in Bariloche. The domestic water supply system was the most probable route of 'infestation'.

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