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Changing patterns of infection with digenetic larval trematodes from fresh-water fish in river Taewha, Kyongnam province

Joo CY

Recent patterns of infection with digenetic larval trematodes in fresh-water and brackish-water fish were studied in three locations of the river Taewha during the period from April to October 1988,...
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Epidemiological studies on Metagonimus infection along the Hongcheon river, Kangwon province

Ahn YK, Ryang YS

The Hongcheon river system flows down through the Hongcheon area of Kangwon-do, and reaches to the Cheongpyeong Dam in Kyonggi-do. Stool specimens from the inhabitants residing along the Hongcheon river...
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Specific IgG antibody responses in experimental cat metagonimiasis

Cho SY, Kim SI, Kang SY

In order to observe the feasibility of serologic diagnosis of metagonimiasis, saline extracts of metacercariae and 4-week old adults were prepared. Sera from 25 experimentally infected cats were collected from...
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Studies on the Metagonimus fluke in the Daecheong reservoir and the upper stream of Geum river, Korea

Kim CH, Kim NM, Lee CH, Park JS

The prevalences of the fluke belonging to genus Metagonimus have been reported along the upper stream of inhabitants by several workers since 1980, however the taxonomical problems of the fluke...
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Epidemiological survey on Metagonimus yokogawai infection in the eastern coast area of Kangwon-province, Korea

Ahn YK, Chung PR, Lee KT, Soh CT

An epidemiological survey on Metagonimus yokogawai infection was performed in the eastern coast area of Kangwon province. Formalin-ether concentration technique and Stoll's dilution egg counting method were employed to figure...
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A survey on intestinal parasites of soldiers in Korea

Hong ST

Total of 2,643 Korean soldiers were examined of their stool for parasitic infections by both cellophane thick smear and formalin-ether concentration techniques from August 1983 to December 1985. Out of...
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Intestinal parasite survey in Seoul by stool examination at Hanyang University Hospital

Min DY, Ahn MH, Kim KM, Kim CW

The present study was undertaken to evaluate the present status of intestinal parasitic infection in Seoul area, Korea. During the period from June 1985 to July 1986, a total of...
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Ten human cases of Fibricola seoulensis infection and mixed one with Stellantchasmus and Metagonimus

Hong ST, Chai JY, Lee SH

Ten soldiers of the Korean Army were found to have F. seoulensis ova in their faeces. These men were treated with praziquantel and the worms passed after purging were successfully...
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Studies on intestinal trematodes in Korea XX. Four cases of natural human infection by Echinochasmus japonicus

Seo BS, Lee SH, Chai JY, Hong SJ

Four cases of human infection by Echinochasmus japonicus (Trematoda; Echinostomatidae) were proven by the recovery of adult worms after a treatment with praziquantel (10 mg/kg in single dose) and purgation...
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In situ posture of anterior body of Metagonimus yokogawai in experimentally infected dog

Jang YK, Kang SY, Kim SI, Cho SY

The in situ posture of anterior body of Metagonimus yokogawai was observed in experimental metagonimiasis of dog. The metacercariae were collected from naturally infected sweetfish by peptic digestion; a total...
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Studies on the intestinal fluke, Metagonimus yokogawai Katsurada, 1912 in Korea Geographical distribution of sweetfish and infection status with Metagonimus metacercaria in south-eastern area of Korea

Song CY, Lee SH, Jeon SR

The present survey was undertaken to observe the geographical distribution of metacercaria among the sweetfish, Plecoglossus altivelis, the most important second intermediate host of Metagonimus yokogawai, which were collected during...
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Prevalence of intestinal helminthic infections and skin tests for Paragonimus and Clonorchis in tuberculosis patients

Choi WY, Yoo JE, Kim WG, Yun BH, Kim SG, Yoo WH

This study was conducted to evaluate prevalence of intestinal helminthic infections and skin tests and Paragonimus and Clonorchis in tuberculosis(TB) patients in Korea. Stool examinations by formalin-ether technique and intradermal...
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Survey on encysted cercaria of trematodes from fresh-water fishes in Tongjin riverside areas in Korea

Rhee JK, Rim MH, Baek BK, Lee HI

In an attempt to clarify the epidemiological feature of distomiasis in Tongjin riverside area, the prevalence of distomiasis in the residents and infection rates of the metacercariae in fresh-water fishes...
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Comparative morphology of eggs of heterophyids and Clonorchis sinensis causing human infections in Korea

Lee SH, Hwang SW, Chai JY, Seo BS

In order to provide some clues for differential diagnosis of trematode infections in fecal examination, the comparative morphology of eggs of 5 kinds of heterophyid flukes (Metagonimus yokogawai, Heterophyes heterophyes...
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Epidemiological studies on Metagonimus yokogawai infection in Samcheok-gun, Kangwon-do, Korea

Ahn YK

An epidemiological study on Metagonimus yokogawai infection was performed in Samcheok-gun, Kangwon province during the period from November 1983 to October 1984. Formalin-ether concentration technique and Stoll's dilution egg counting...
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Study on Metagonimus yokogawai(Katsurada, 1912) in Korea VII. Susceptibility of various strains of mice to Metagonimus infection and effect of Prednisolone

Chai JY, Seo BS, Lee SH

An experimental study was undertaken to observe the difference in susceptibility of mouse strains to Metagonimus yokogawai infection by estimating it from worm recovery rate and dimension of worms. It...
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Infestation of larval trematodes from fresh-water fish and brackish-water fish in River Hyungsan, Kyungpook Province, Korea

Joo CY

In order to determine the infestation patterns for metacercaria of digenetic trematodes, several kinds of fresh-water and brackish-water fish were caught in River Hyungsan, Kyungpook Province, Korea and examined from...
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Study on sensory papillae of Metagonimus yokogawai cercaria

Kim JJ, Min DY, Soh CT

A number of studies on the papillae of cercariae of trematodes reported that the papillar patterns (or chaetotaxy) of cercariae might be an excellent method to attain better understanding of...
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Study on Metagonimus yokogawai(Katsurada, 1912) in Korea VII. Electron microscopic observation on the tegumental structure

Lee SH, Seo BS, Chai JY, Hong SJ

This study was performed to observe the chronological changes in the tegumental structure of M. yokogawai using scanning electron microscope. The subjected worms were excysted metacercariae obtained from sweetfish, and...
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Distribution of medically important freshwater snails and larval trematodes from Parafossarulus manchouricus and Semisulcospira libertina around the Jinyang Lake in Kyongsang-Nam-Do, Korea

Cho HC, Chung PR, Lee KT

The Jinyang Lake is dammed up Nam River, and surrounded by Jinju city and four counties; Jinyang, Sanchong, Hadong, and Sachon in Kyongsang-Nam-Do, Korea. The area around this man-made lake...
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