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Year Number of Results
1945 5
1946 7
1947 10
1948 10
1949 6
1951 5
1952 9
1953 15
1954 18
1955 5
1956 17
1957 14
1958 12
1959 14
1960 12
1961 15
1962 10
1964 1
1965 38
1966 28
1967 46
1968 51
1969 36
1970 58
1971 49
1972 51
1973 52
1974 47
1975 66
1976 68
1977 53
1978 77
1979 58
1980 68
1981 70
1982 77
1983 78
1984 78
1985 63
1986 68
1987 80
1988 78
1989 62
1990 87
1991 73
1992 101
1993 105
1994 87
1995 86
1996 104
1997 105
1998 122
1999 130
2000 123
2001 124
2002 125
2003 154
2004 143
2005 142
2006 161
2007 144
2008 168
2009 164
2010 179
2011 181
2012 179
2013 185
2014 192
2015 242
2016 203
2017 207
2018 199
2019 106
2020 2
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Lethal strongyloidiasis - Diagnostic and forensic issues
Byard RW. J Forensic Leg Med 2019 - Review. PMID 30738288
Immunosuppression from steroid therapy, T-lymphocytic viral (HTLV-1) infections, or a variety of underlying medical conditions may then result in dissemination and the highly lethal and infectious hyperinfection syndrome. Clinical suspicions for the condition are often not high in non-endemic areas, the diagnosis is difficult, and the incidence is increasing, particularly given recent mass population movements. ...
Immunosuppression from steroid therapy, T-lymphocytic viral (HTLV-1) infections, or a variety of underlying medical conditions may th …
Strongyloides, a dangerous unknown
Escudero Sánchez R and Comeche Fernández B. Med Clin (Barc) 2017 - Clinical Trial. PMID 28648589
Ascariasis imaging: pictorial essay
Dietrich CF, et al. Z Gastroenterol 2017. PMID 28499324
[Cutaneous larva migrans]
Tellería RL, et al. Arch Argent Pediatr 2015. PMID 26172016 Spanish. Free article.
[A disseminated strongyloidiasis in a non immunocompromised patient]
Duquenne J, et al. Rev Med Liege 2018. PMID 30113779 French. Free article.
The diagnosis may be challenging as a specific inquiry is needed. The disseminated status, called hyperinfection syndrome, is a life-threatening disease that might occur in immunosuppressed patients. ...
The diagnosis may be challenging as a specific inquiry is needed. The disseminated status, called hyperinfection syndrome, is a life- …
[Filariasis]
Basset A. Rev Med Suisse Romande 1982. PMID 6461911 French.
[Loiasis]
Durrand V, et al. Rev Prat 2009. PMID 19839455 French.
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