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Fleas (Siphonaptera) infesting small mammals from the Western Oriental region

Haas GE, Walton DW

Nine species of fleas representing 4 families were collected in 1972 form 14 species of small mammals: 2 hedgehogs, 1 shrew, 2 bats, 8 rodents and 1 mongoose. Most specimens...
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A Study on the ticks of Chejudo IV. Monthly life flow of ticks

Kim SH

Following is the result of a survey hold over a two year period(1971-1972), on the appearence and disappearence of ticks on cattle in Cheju. Number of Haemaphysalis longicornis. Larvae: From...
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On the Sparganum mansoni infection in some Korean terrestrial snakes

Cho SY, Hwang KI, Seo BS

Distribution of Sparganum mansoni in 7 species of terrestrial snakes in Wonju City was surveyed. All kinds of snakes were found to be served as intermediate hosts of this larval...
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A case report of human thelaziasis

Chu JK, Cho YJ

Authors were observing a case of infection with Thelazia callipaeda in Korean girl, on 11th Sep. in 1971. The case was 23 years old Korean girl who visited with the...
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Host-parasite relationship in trematodes I. Susceptability and development of Clonorchis sinensis in rabbits

Lee WK, Lee KM, Lee OR, Choi WY

In order to study host-parasite relationship in trematode, the susceptibility in rabbits of Clonorchis sinensis were examined. A certain number of metacercariae of C. sinensis were administered orally to rabbits,...
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Study on the trematode parasites of the birds in Korea

Chu JK, Cho YJ, Chung SB, Won BO, Yoon MB

Authors carried out an investigation of the helminthic parasites of the wild birds in Korea. Most wild birds were collected from Kyoung Sang Do, Kyoung Kee Do and Seoul area...
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Effectiveness of diethylcarbamazine in the mass treatment of malayan filariasis with low dosage schedule

Seo BS, Lee WJ

A series of 250 patients with filariasis due to periodic type of Brugia malayi was selected for the mass treatment with diethylcarbamazine from two areas in Cheju-Do. Two types of...
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