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issues of burden of helminthiasis
A SHORT REVIEW OF ASCARIASIS

The oldest human helminthiasis due to Ascariasis, although a health-problem in tropics, is not uncommon in other parts. It can involve the hepato-biliary system too. The disease burden can be addressed by mass eradication programme but still is a high cause of mortality, growth retardation and other morbidities. Susceptibility, worm load and other genetic factors are avenues for further research. Conservative treatment suffice, but surgery may be indicated in selected cases. Endoscopic treatment are highly effective in biliary ascariasis.

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Journal of Global Infectious Diseases
Volume / Volumen: 6
Number / Número: 2
First and last pages / Páginas inicial-final: 65-72
Year / Año: 2014
Month / Mes: april


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Assam Medical College Hospital, DIBRUGARH, Assam, India


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Bibliographic references
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Anup Das was invited by SIIC on
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2014, september 8
  The author's report was accepted on
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2017, january 28
The author's report was accepted on
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2017, january 28
Published in siicsalud
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2017, april 28





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Gastroenterology
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Internal Medicine
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Epidemiología

Infectious Diseases
Infectología

Public Health
Salud Pública

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A SHORT REVIEW OF ASCARIASIS


Author / Autor
Anup Das1

1 Professor, Assam Medical College Hospital, Dibrugarh, Assam India 786002, Dibrugarh, India, Professor Of Medicine & I/c He


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