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Vol. 3, Issue 11 (2015)

Clinical “Masks” of helminthiases and parasitic invasion in children with pathology of digestive tract

Author(s):
Lembryk I.S.
Abstract:
In the article peculiarities of the most common helminthiasis (giardiasis, ascaridosis, trichuriasis) in 50 school-aged children with chronic gastroduodenitis, cholecystitis and sphincter of Oddi dysfunction, pancreatic type, are described. It was estimated that diseases at the basis of helminth invasions have more severe course and significantly worsens quality of life of the sick child.
Pages: 43-46  |  1380 Views  5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Lembryk I.S.. Clinical “Masks” of helminthiases and parasitic invasion in children with pathology of digestive tract. Pharma Innovation 2015;3(11):43-46.
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