L. H. KYLE, M.D.; D. G. MCKAY, M.D.; H. J. SPARLING JR., M.D.
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Within the past few years increasing importance has been attached to the subject of tropical medicine. The truly global aspects of World War II, the return of American soldiers from far-flung corners of the earth, and the ease and frequency of intercontinental travel have all been factors leading to stimulation of interest in this subject. Although information concerning some diseases endemic in more remote portions of the world has been widely disseminated, a few, such as strongyloidiasis, have not been sufficiently emphasized. For example, McCoy1 discusses precautions taken by the Army to prevent the introduction of tropical disease; Weber2 reviews
KYLE LH, MCKAY DG, SPARLING HJ. STRONGYLOIDIASIS1. Ann Intern Med. 1948;29:1014–1042. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-29-6-1014
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1948;29(6):1014-1042.
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