A final section on other tropical neurological disorders covers venomous bites and stings and geohelminth
infection was assessed from a faeces sample following the formal ether concentration technique .
Reductions in the prevalence and incidence of geohelminth
infections following a city-wide sanitation program in a Brazilian urban centre.
Overall, HIV-uninfected patients were significantly more likely to have at least one parasitic infection including a helminth, geohelminth
, schistosomiasis, hookworm, or mixed infection compared with HIV-infected patients.
factor for geohelminth
infections: a longitudinal study of Kenyan
Results: Before intervention, anemia was prevalent and severe, and geohelminth
infections were prevalent and light Plasmodium falciparum infection was nearly universal.
Geophagy and its association with geohelminth
infection in rural schoolchildren from northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
However, many of the studies have treated concurrently schistosomiasis and geohelminth
infections making it difficult to determine the exact benefit of treatment for schistosomiasis.
Epidemiology of malaria, schistosomiasis, geohelminths
, anemia and malnutrition in the context of a demographic surveillance system in northern Angola.
Both dog and cat roundworms are mildly zoonotic geohelminths
are involved in several human infections such as cutaneous larva migrans caused by A.
Control of geohelminths
by delivery of targeted chemotherapy through schools.