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Volume 14, Number 4—April 2008

Dispatch

Human Thelaziasis, Europe

Domenico Otranto*Comments to Author  and Moreno Dutto†
Author affiliations: *University of Bari, Bari, Italy; †Croce and Carle Hospital, Cuneo, Italy

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Figure 2

A) Female Thelazia callipaeda isolated from patient 4. The posterior end is on the left and the anterior end is on the right (magnification × 200). Scale bar = 500 μm. B) T. callipaeda mature first-stage larvae in the distal uterus (magnification ×100). Scale bar = 30 μm.

Figure 2. A) Female Thelazia callipaeda isolated from patient 4. The posterior end is on the left and the anterior end is on the right (magnification × 200). Scale bar = 500 μm. B) T. callipaeda mature first-stage larvae in the distal uterus (magnification ×100). Scale bar = 30 μm.

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