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Epidemiological characteristics of diphyllobothriasis in southwestern siberia ussr and its prevention communication i. incidence and epidemiological characteristics of diphyllobothriasis foci


Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni (1): 55-59
Epidemiological characteristics of diphyllobothriasis in southwestern siberia ussr and its prevention communication i. incidence and epidemiological characteristics of diphyllobothriasis foci
A study was made in 1975-1984 of 8937 persons with diphyllobothriasis. The study included a questionnaire and a helminthological analysis of wild and domestic mammals, as well as fish. On the basis of the study, a map of the prevalence of diphyllobothriasis in Siberia was drawn, and each imfested area in the Irtysh and Ob River valleys is described in detail. Diphyllobothrium latum was found to be the causative agent of the disease, while dogs, pigs, cats and fish (especially perch and pike) were its most frequent carriers. The areas confined to the southern and central taiga subzones were characterized by the highest prevalence of the disease.


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