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OUTBREAK OF CERCARIAL DERMATITIS IN THAILAND

P. Kullavanijaya, H. Wongwaisayawan
Published 1993 · Medicine

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Background. An epidemic of cercarial dermatitis caused by Schistosoma spindale cercaria occurred in November 1988 in a district called Chaiya, Surajthani province, in Southern Thailand.
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