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Genetic Diversity and Prevalence of in Qatar.
( Frontiers Media , 2021 , Article)
is a common human intestinal parasite worldwide, and the causative agent of diarrhea, with the severity of disease ranging from asymptomatic to intense and debilitating infection. is known to consist of eight genetically ...
Cryptosporidium spp., prevalence, molecular characterisation and socio-demographic risk factors among immigrants in Qatar.
( Public Library of Science , 2019 , Article)
The World Health Organization WHO has estimated that in developed countries, up to 30% of the population may suffer from foodborne diseases each year, and that in developing countries up to 2 million deaths per annum can ...
Comparison of intestinal parasitic infection in newly arrived and resident workers in Qatar.
( BioMed Central , 2011 , Article)
The rapid growth of Qatar in the last two decades has been associated with an enormous expansion of building programs in its cities and in the provision of new service industries. This in turn has attracted a large influx ...
Coproscopy and molecular screening for detection of intestinal protozoa
( BioMed Central , 2017 , Article)
Intestinal parasitosis is one of several health concerns about immigrants who travel from endemic to non-endemic regions. Reliable rapid sensitive diagnostic tools, for use in non-endemic regions, are urgently required to ...
Assessing the burden of intestinal parasites affecting newly arrived immigrants in Qatar
( BioMed Central , 2016 , Article)
In the last decades, the enormous influx of immigrants to industrialized countries has led to outbreaks of parasitic diseases, with enteric infections being amongst the most frequently encountered. In its strategy to control ...
Molecular Analysis of the Enteric Protozoa Associated with Acute Diarrhea in Hospitalized Children.
( Frontiers Media , 2017 , Article)
Pediatric diarrhea is a common cause of death among children under 5 years of age. In the current study, we investigated the frequency of intestinal parasites among 580 pediatric patients with chronic diarrhea. Parasitic ...