pediculosis


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Related to pediculosis: pediculosis pubis, pediculosis capitis

pediculosis

[pə‚dik·yə′lō·səs]
(medicine)
Infestation with lice, especially of the genus Pediculus.
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OP poisonings are not rare in Turkey and are usually due to accidental oral intake, exposure during spraying of fields, mistreatment for pediculosis and more often, suicidal intention.
Association with other STDs Association with other STDs NG CT Co-Inf Total Genital ulcers 5 2 1 8 Genital warts 3 0 1 4 Molluscum contagiosum 4 0 0 4 Scabies and Pediculosis 10 2 0 12 Other STDs 7 0 1 8 Total 29 4 3 36 Table 6.
Chi-square test was used to determine the significance of difference in proportion for pediculosis between the two groups of sex, three age groups, and three income groups.
The parasitic louse, Pediculosis capitis, is 1 to 3 mm long (Gunning, Pippitt, Kiraly, & Sayler, 2012).
Pediculosis capitis, known as head lice infestation caused by Pediculus humanus capitis is a common community health concern which affects millions of children around the world.
Scabies and pediculosis pubis: an update of treatment regimens and general review.
En 1993, la Ivermectina fue aceptada como un agente seguro en humanos, se ha indicado para el tratamiento de filaria, sarna, larva migrans cutanea, tungiasis, toxocariasis y pediculosis (capitis, corporis y pubis), y para erradicar Ascaris lumbricoides, Strongyloides stercoralis, Trichuris trichiura, Enterobius vermicularis y Necator (9,10,11,12,13).
scabies, pediculosis, phthiriasis, larva migrans, tungiasis, myiasis, and tick infestations) has led to introduction of the term entodermoscopy.
2) Severe pediculosis was treated with a topical insecticide (Scalex mite and lice spray for birds, Gps Group, Atlanta, GA, USA).
The first and hopefully only time my daughter, then I, contacted lice, or pediculosis, I was mortified and threw a lot of blame around.
While the National Pediculosis Foundation (a non-profit lice-fighting organization) and many school systems and public health departments support no-nit policies, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the CDC do not.