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Lv, S., Tian , L.G., Liu, Q., Qian, M.-B., Fu, Q., Steinmann, P., Chen , J.-X., Yang, G.-J., Yang, K., and Zhou, X.-N., Water-related parasitic diseases in China, International journal of environmental research and public health [Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health], pp. p. 1977-2016; 13 tab.; 6 fig., 2013.
Hygis, N., Hygiène hospitalière. Presses Universitaires de Lyon (PUL), Lyon, France, p. 655 p. : fig., tabs., 1998.
Savioli, L. and Crompton, D.W.T., Intestinal parasitic infections and urbanization, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, pp. p. 1-7: 7 tab., 1993.
Hall, A., Savioli, L., Bundy, D.A.P., and Medley, G.F., Evaluating measures to control intestinal parasitic infections, World health statistics quarterly, pp. p. 168-179: 6 fig., 1992.
Mason, P.R., Patterson, B.A., and Loewenson, R., Piped water supply and intestinal parasitism in Zimbabwean schoolchildren., Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, pp. p. 88-93: fig., tab., 1986.
Ejezie, G.C., The parasitic diseases of school children in Lagos State, Nigeria, Acta tropica, pp. p. 79-84 : fig., tab., 1981.
Lugt, C.B., Phytolacca dodecandra berries as a means of controlling bilharzia transmitting snails, vol. 312. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Royal Tropical Institute, 1981, p. viii, 61 p.: fig., tab., photogr.
Chun-Hai Fung, I. and Cairncross, S., Ascariasis and handwashing, Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, pp. P. 215 - 222.