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Parasitological monitoring as part of epidemiological surveillance of helminthiasis in the Russian Federation



Parasitological monitoring as part of epidemiological surveillance of helminthiasis in the Russian Federation



Meditsinskaia Parazitologiia i Parazitarnye Bolezni 2014(1): 13-16



The paper presents data on the prevalence of helminthiasis in Russia on the basis of the State Reports on the sanitary and epidemiological situation in the Russian Federation. It comparatively characterizes morbidity rates in 2010-2012. Morbidity analysis has revealed the main reasons for the prevalence of parasitic diseases and the possible ways of their elimination.

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