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Eosinophilia: causes and pathobiology in persons with prior exposures in tropical areas with an emphasis on parasitic infections



Eosinophilia: causes and pathobiology in persons with prior exposures in tropical areas with an emphasis on parasitic infections



Current Infectious Disease Reports 8(1): 43-50



Eosinophilia in patients exposed to tropical or subtropical environments is caused most commonly by helminth (worm) infections.

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PMID: 16448600

DOI: 10.1007/s11908-006-0034-4


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