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Studies on oxyuriasis. XXV. Necropsy examinations for Enterobius vermicularis in 72 children at Washington, D.C



Studies on oxyuriasis. XXV. Necropsy examinations for Enterobius vermicularis in 72 children at Washington, D.C



Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington, 8: 1, 7-10



Jones made necropsy examinations of intestines from 72 children, ranging from o to 14 years of age, to observe the location of Enterotius vermicularis and to recover young developing worms for study. Ten out of 24 white children and 11 out of 48 negro children were infected, pinworms being found in 21 or 28% of the intestines. In three cases only were there more than 50 worms.

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