geohelminth


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geohelminth

(jē″ō-hĕl′mĭnth) [Gr., geo, earth + ″]
Any of the tropical soil worms, including ascaris, hookworm, and Trichuris trichiura (whipworm), that may parasitize human beings and other organisms.
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Geohelminth Contamination of Common Fruits and Vegetables in Ebonyi State, Nigeria: The Public Health Implication.
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The prevalence, intensities and risk factors associated with geohelminth infection in tea-growing communities of Assam, India.
Geohelminth infections associated with raw wastewater reuse for agricultural purposes in Beni-Mallal, Morocco.
Reduced risk of atopy among school-age children infected with geohelminth parasites in a rural area of the tropics.
Patterns of geohelminth infection, impact of albendazole treatment and re-infection after treatment in schoolchildren from rural KwaZulu-Natal/South-Africa.
six years Geohelminth infection profile of children at high altitude in Western Nepal.
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Chi-square test was applied to study the association of infestation of any intestinal geohelminth with various risk factors p<0.
Geohelminth infection was assessed from a faeces sample following the formal ether concentration technique [23].
Gender differences in growth of school-aged children with schistosomiasis and geohelminth infection.