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Identification of parasitic infections in appendectomy specimens using histopathological and faecolith examinations

Abdellatif Manal Z.M., Abdel-Hafeez Ekhlas H, Belal Usama S, Mohamed Rabie M, Abdelgelil Noha H, Abdel-Tawab Nissreen, Atiya Ahmed M

Year : 2015| Volume: 8| Issue : 2 | Page no: 101-106

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