Decrease in Mansonella perstans microfilaraemia
after albendazole treatment.
Immunoepidemiology of Wuchereria bancrofti infection in two east African communities: Antibodies to the microfilarial sheath and their role in regulating microfilaraemia
Mansonella perstans filariasis in Uganda: patterns of microfilaraemia
and clinical manifestations in two endemic communities.
Occurrence of living adult Wuchereria bancrofti in the scrotal area of men with microfilaraemia
Eosinophilia and microfilaraemia
are common in the acute phase.
associated with Pelecitus roemeri in a western grey kangaroo (Macropus fuliginosus).
The significance of low density microfilaraemia
in the transmission of Wuchereria bancrofti by Culex (Culex) quinquefasciatus Say in Sri Lanka.
bancrofti (7), it was estimated that about 2,765 infective bites would be the average exposure leading to patent microfilaraemia
where the mean annual biting rate (ABR) exceeded 80,000 bites/person/year and the mricrofilaraemia rate among adults of different ethnic groups reached 4-11%.
These combinations produced prolonged suppression of microfilaraemia
(mf) than either drug alone (9-11).
The case in the present study may have been examined for microfilaraemia
in the nighttime after 10 PM or DEC provocation test  may have been done for induction of Mf to appear in the blood in the daytime by administering DEC 100 mg orally because Mf begins to reach their peak within 15 minutes and begin to decrease two hours later.
Both the fractions caused gradual fall in microfilaraemia
and 100 per cent worm sterilization.
These studies have shown that these infections are widespread, and that the prevalence of microfilaraemia
and clinical manifestations vary from one locality to another in south-eastern Nigeria, except for M.