parasitological


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parasitological

pertaining to or emanating from parasitology.

parasitological examination
includes examination of feces for protozoa, worm eggs or larvae and for tapeworm segments, skin scrapings for arthropod parasites, blood samples for protozoa, microfilariae, for plasma pepsinogen levels, and examination of gross specimens.
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Parasitological studies of coprolites of pre-Hispanic Peruvian populations.
17,18) The two treatment approaches can be used effectively together and have been shown to have high clinical success and parasitological cure rates when treating patients with metronidazole and Saccharomyces boulardii.
Furthermore, feces parasitological tests were negative for Ancylostoma duodenale, Necator americanus, Ascaris lumbricoides, Giardia lamblia, Trichuris trichiura and Schistossoma mansoni for all of the individuals in the study.
2) Ankara Refik Saydam Hygiene Institute, Directorate of Epidemics Research Parasitological Laboratory, Ankara, Turkey
Based on a review of the Japanese parasitological literature, this worm was most likely Ancylostoma tubaeforme (Zeder), which is the primary hookworm of domestic cats reported near this region of Japan.
With parasitological and pharmacological support from the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute and Monash University, respectively, Kelly's team selected the most promising compounds from the series to be optimized and re-tested.
1996, Analysis of Wastewater for Use in Agriculture--A Laboratory Manual of Parasitological and Bacteriological Techniques, WHO, PP.
In all children, malaria infection was determined by parasitological techniques, including measurement of parasitemia and Plasmodium fidciparum schizont antigen IgG3 (Pfs-IgG3) levels, a marker of chronic exposure to Plasmodium infections (Wilson et at.
Outcome was measured by cure rate (adequate clinical and parasitological response-ACPR) which was defined as percentage of patients with absence of detectable parasites in blood smears after repeated counts on day 14 and no record of treatment failure in the study.
Current confirmatory qualitative methods include parasitological confirmation by microscopy or rapid diagnostic test (RDTs).
During the development of a research project based on the bioecological and parasitological aspects of Anopheles mosquitoes found in northwestern Argentina carried out from Dec 2004 to Nov 2005, specimens of Culicoides were collected by CDC light traps baited with carbon dioxide.
Primary unresponsiveness has been defined as no clinical or parasitological improvement during or after the first course of treatment with pentavalent antimonials (3).