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Prevalence and Intensity of Opisthorchis viverrini Metacercarial Infection in Fish from Phnom Penh, Takeo, and Kandal Provinces, Cambodia

Sohn WM, Choi SH, Jung BK, Hong S, Ryoo S, Chang T, Lee KH, Na BK, Hong SJ, Khieu V, Chai JY

The prevalence and intensity of Opisthorchis viverrini metacercariae (OvMc) were investigated in fish from 3 southern administrative regions along the Mekong River in Cambodia, i.e., Phnom Penh, Takeo, and Kandal...
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Risk Factors of Clonorchis sinensis Human Infections in Endemic Areas, Haman-Gun, Republic of Korea: A Case-Control Study

Lee SE, Shin HE, Lee MR, Kim YH, Cho SH, Ju JW

Clonorchis sinensis is the most common fish-borne intestinal parasite in Korea. The aim of the present investigation was to survey the status of C. sinensis infection and analyze associated risk...
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A Case of Unexpected Clinostomum complanatum Infection Initially Presenting as Foreign Body in Pharynx

Kim H, Cho SW, Oh H, Byeon HK

A 46-year old man visited our outpatient clinic with complaint of foreign body sensation in throat after consuming raw freshwater fish 5 days ago. Laryngoscopic examination revealed a motile worm...
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Infection Status with Clonorchis sinensis Metacercariae in Fish from Tamjin-gang (River) in Jeollanam-do, Republic of Korea

Yoon KB, Lim HC, Jeon DY, Park S, Cho SH, Ju JW, Shin SS, Na BK, Sohn WM

The present study was performed to investigate the infection status with Clonorchis sinensis metacercariae (CsMc) in fishes from 2 sites, the middle and lower reaches, of Tamjin-gang (River) in Jeollanam-do,...
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Prevalence of Clonorchis sinensis Metacercariae in Fish from Water Systems of Seomjin-gang (River)

Sohn WM, Na BK, Cho SH, Park MY, Kim CH, Hwang MA, No KW, Yoon KB, Lim HC

The prevalence of Clonorchis sinensis metacercariae (CsMc) was examined in freshwater fish from the water systems of Seomjin-gang (River), the Republic of Korea. Total 1,604 fish from 7 local sites...
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Molecular Phylogenetics of Centrocestus formosanus (Digenea: Heterophyidae) Originated from Freshwater Fish from Chiang Mai Province, Thailand

Wongsawad , Wongsawad , Sukontason K, Maneepitaksanti W, Nantarat N

This study aimed to investigate the morphology and reconstruct the phylogenetic relationships of Centrocestus formosanus originating from 5 species of freshwater fish, i.e., Esomus metallicus, Puntius brevis, Anabas testudineus, Parambassis...
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Trematode Metacercariae in Freshwater Fish from Water Systems of Hantangang and Imjingang in Republic of Korea

Sohn WM, Na BK, Cho SH, Lee SW, Choi SB, Seok WS

The infection status of freshwater fish with digenetic trematode metacercariae was examined in water systems of Hantangang and Imjingang (River), the Republic of Korea. A total of 877 (594 from...
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Prevalence of Zoonotic Trematode Metacercariae in Freshwater Fish from Gangwon-do, Korea

Cho SH, Lee WJ, Kim TS, Seok WS, Lee T, Jeong K, Na BK, Sohn WM

The infection status of zoonotic trematode metacercariae was investigated in a total of 2,293 freshwater fish collected from 11 rivers or streams in 9 administrative regions of Gangwon-do, Korea for...
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Prevalence of Clonorchis sinensis Metacercariae in Freshwater Fish from Three Latitudinal Regions of the Korean Peninsula

Cho SH, Sohn WM, Na BK, Kim TS, Kong Y, Eom K, Seok WS, Lee T

A large-scale survey was conducted to investigate the infection status of fresh water fishes with Clonorchis sinensis metacercariae (CsMc) in 3 wide regions, which were tentatively divided by latitudinal levels...
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Fish-borne Zoonotic Trematode Metacercariae in the Republic of Korea

Sohn WM

The prevalence of fish-borne trematodes (FBT), including Clonorchis sinensis, is still high in riverside areas of the Republic of Korea. The author reviewed the detection and identification methods, differential keys,...
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Fishborne Trematode Metacercariae in Freshwater Fish from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China

Sohn WM, Eom KS, Min DY, Rim HJ, Hoang EH, Yang Y, Li X

A survey was performed to investigate the infection status of fishborne trematode (FBT) metacercariae in freshwater fish from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China. A total of 307 freshwater fish of...
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Infection Status of Freshwater Fish with Metacercariae of Clonorchis sinensis in Korea

Kim EM, Kim JL, Choi SY, Kim JW, Kim S, Choi MH, Bae YM, Lee SH, Hong ST

This study investigated freshwater fish for their current infection status with metacercariae of Clonorchis sinensis in Korea. Twenty-one species of freshwater fish (n = 677) were collected from 34 regions...
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Prevalence of Haplorchis taichui and Haplorchoides sp. Metacercariae in Freshwater Fish from Water Reservoirs, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Nithikathkul C, Wongsawad

A parasitological investigation on trematode metacercariae was made on 62 freshwater fishes of 13 species in northern Thailand; Cyclocheilichthys apogon, Puntioplites proctozysron, Labiobarbus siamensis, Barbodes gonionotus, Barbodes altus, Henicorhynchus siamensis,...
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A Study on the Heavy Metal Contents in Freshwater Fishes of the Mankyung River

Kim NS

  • KMID: 2282324
  • Korean J Prev Med.
  • 1988 May;21(1):121-131.
This study was performed to investigate the heavy metal contents of freshwater fishes. The samples of 24 species were collected at 7 areas located on the Mankyung River during September...
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