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  Continuing Resource An evluation of the merthiolate-iodine-formaldehyde-concentration technic as a quantitative method of stool examination for schistosoma japonicum ova.

by Bayani L. Blas;

Subject: Feces-analysis; Schistosoma japonicum.

 
     
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  Thesis An evaluation of the use of the merthiolate-iodine-formaldehyde-concentration technic as a quantitative method of stool examination for Schistosoma japonicum ova.

by Blas, Bayani L., 1931-; 1966.

Subject: Feces -- Analysis; Schistosoma Japonicum ova.

 
     
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  Visual Material An evaluation of the use of the merthiolate iodine-formaldehyde-concentration technic as a quantitative method of stool examination for Schistosoma iaponicum ova [microform].

by Blas, Bayani L., 1931-; Quezon City: Photoduplication Service, University of the Philippines Library, 1977.

Subject: Feces -- Analysis; Schistosoma Japonicum ova.

 
     
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  Thesis Randomized clinical trial on the effect of stool examination results on the duration of acute non-bloody diarrhea among infants.

by Gatcheco, Felizardo N.; 2001.

Subject: Feces -- Examinations; Diarrhea, Infantile; Infants -- Diseases.

 
     
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  Book Sanitation and disease : health aspects of excreta and wastewater management.

Chichester [West Sussex]: Published for the World Bank by Wiley, 1983.

Subject: Sanitation; Sewage disposal -- Health aspects; Communicable diseases; Feces -- Microbiology.

 
     
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  Analytics Pubertal development predicts resistance to infection and reinfection with Schistosoma japonicum.

by Friedman, Jennifer F.;

Subject: AGING; ANTHELMINTICS; CHILD; DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE SULFATE; FECES; IMMUNITY, INNATE; PARASITE EGG COUNT; PRAZIQUANTEL; PUBERTY; SCHISTOSOMIASIS JAPONICA.

 
     
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  Continuing Resource Conjugative transferability of the antibiotic resistance in fecal isolates of <em>Escherichia coli</em> from the San Lazaro Hospital.

by Zabal, Julieta C.;

Subject: iEscherichia coli/i; Antibiotic resistance; iSamonella C/i; Drug resistance; Feces.

 
     
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  Analytics Estimating the sensitivity and specificity of Kato-Katz stool examination technique for detection of hookworms, Ascaris lumbricoides and Trichuris trichiura infections in humans in the absence of a 'gold standard'.

by Carabin, H.;

Subject: ANCYLOSTOMATOIDEA; ASCARIS LUMBRICOIDES; FECES; HOOKWORM INFECTIONS; PARASITOLOGY; REFERENCE STANDARDS; SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY; TRICHURIASIS; TRICHURIS; KATO-KATZ STOOL EXAMINATION TECHNIQUE.

 
     
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  Continuing Resource Bacteriologic investigation of f&aelig;ces and bile of cholera cases and cholera carriers.

by Crowell, B.C.;

Subject: Medicine; Cholera -- Bacteriologic examinations of feces and bile of cases and carriers -- 1914-1916 -- Philippines -- Case reports.

 
     
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  Continuing Resource Results of three hundred examinations of feces with reference to the presence of amoeba.

by Hoyt, R.E.;

Subject: Medical Sciences; Amoeba -- Intestinal parasites -- 1907 -- Philippines -- Case studies; Parasitic infections -- Amoeba -- Intestinal parasites -- 1907 -- Philippines -- Case studies; Parasites (Amoeba) -- Feces examinations -- 1907 -- Philippines.

 
     
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