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検査依頼からみた九州地方,特に福岡県における寄生虫症の成績

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概要 The present paper describes 411 cases of parasitic diseases examined in the laboratory of School of Health Sciences, Kyushu University, between March 1978 and June 2003. The materials for parasitologi...cal examinations and diagnoses were sent from the hospitals and the commercial laboratories in the Kyushu District, especially in Fukuoka Prefecture. It is well indicated that these accumulated data reflects the epidemiology of parasitic diseases in the Kyushu District, especially in Fukuoka Prefecture. The obtained results are summarized as follows. 1. A total of 487 cases are examined for parasitic diseases, and some parasites are found in 411 cases (84.4%). The parasites found in this survey are classified into 5 genera such as nematodes (242cases, 58.9%), cestododes (56cases, 13.6%), trematodes (36cases, 8.8%), protozoa (23cases, 5.6%), and sanitary zoo (54cases, 13.1%). 2. Among the positive cases classified by the species of parasite , Aniakis simplex is found most frequently in 141 cases (34.3%), and others are as follows in order: 43 cases (10.5%) in Ascaris lumbricoides, 25cases (6.1%) in Diphyllobothrium nihonkaiense, 23 cases (5.6%) in Strongyloides stercoralis, and 17 cases (4.1%) in Taeniarhynchus saginatus. 3. Patients become aware of the adult worms of nematodes, segments of tapeworms, and sanitary zoos, and then bring them to the hospital. These casese are 150 cases out of 411 cases. Recently, it is noticed that not only Ascariasis but also tick-bite cases are increasing.続きを見る

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