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"Empiric Deworming and CD4 Count Recovery in HIV-Infected Ugandans Initiating Antiretroviral Therapy".
22 Another study found that in 159 Jamaican schoolchildren, deworming led to better auditory short-term memory and scanning and retrieval of long-term memory over a period of nine-weeks.A b Yap.; Fürst.; Müller.; Kriemler.; Utzinger.; Steinmann.51 If complications of helminthiasis, such as intestinal obstruction occur, emergency surgery may be required."Status of medical parasitology in South Africa: new challenges and missed opportunities".Obstructive complications may be effectively treated with anthelmintic drugs or require surgical or endoscopic extraction of adult worms.Eenmaal doorgeslikt komen ascariseieren uit wondershare pdf to word converter 3.6.0 serial en komen de larven vrij in de darm.Adult worms can live 1 to 2 years.Diagnose by microscopic examination of the stool; occasionally, adult worms are seen.Sudden onset of severe abdominal pain may signal intestinal obstruction, which may occur with heavy infestation of the roundworms Ascaris lumbricoides.The pathophysiology is unclear and may include competition for nutrients, impairment of absorption, and depression of appetite.5 Soil-transmitted helminthiases are responsible for parasitic infections in as much as a quarter of the human population worldwide.16 In the developing world, the use of contaminated water is a major risk factor for infection.
They are swallowed and return to the small bowel, where they develop into adult worms, which mate and release eggs into the stool.
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