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Volume 10, Number 12—December 2004

Research

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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Opisthorchis (solid lines) and Clonorchis (broken lines) endemic areas in the former USSR. Original map was obtained from the United Nations Development Programme Web site (www.undp.org).

Figure 2Opisthorchis (solid lines) and Clonorchis (broken lines) endemic areas in the former USSR. Original map was obtained from the United Nations Development Programme Web site (www.undp.org).

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