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Clinical, serological and parasitological aspects of an outbreak of human trichinellosis in Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina. The acute and chronic phases of the infection

Clinical, serological and parasitological aspects of an outbreak of human trichinellosis in Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina. The acute and chronic phases of the infection

Medicina 65(4): 302-306

Clinical and serological features of individuals undergoing the acute (n=54) and chronic (n=32) phases of trichinellosis belonging to an outbreak originated by the consumption of pork products of a commercial source, arisen in Argentina during April-June 1999, are described. Epidemiological data, signs, symptoms and laboratory studies were assessed. Parasitological studies were performed in patients and pork products.

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