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Volume 10, Number 12—December 2004


Opisthorchiasis from Imported Raw Fish

Orit Yossepowitch*, Tamar Gotesman*, Mark Assous†, Esther Marva†, Reuven Zimlichman*, and Michael Dan*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *E. Wolfson Hospital, Holon, Israel; †Ministry of Health, Jerusalem, Israel

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Figure 1

Opisthorchis-Clonorchis egg detected in the stool of one patient.

Figure 1Opisthorchis-Clonorchis egg detected in the stool of one patient.

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