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Volume 15, Number 9—September 2009

Letter

Reemergence of Strongyloidiasis, Northern Italy

Fabrizio F. AbresciaComments to Author , Alessandra Falda, Giacomo Caramaschi, Alfredo Scalzini, Federico Gobbi, Andrea Angheben, Maria Gobbo, Renzo Schiavon, Pierangelo Rovere, and Zeno Bisoffi
Author affiliations: Sacro Cuore Hospital, Verona, Italy (F.F. Abrescia, F. Gobbi, A. Angheben, M. Gobbo, Z. Bisoffi); C. Poma Hospital, Mantova, Italy (A. Falda, G. Caramaschi, A. Scalzini); Mater Salutis Hospital, Legnago, Verona (R. Schiavon, P. Rovere).

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Adult female of Strongyloides stercoralis collected in bronchial fluid of a patient with disseminated disease. Scale bar = 400 µm.

Figure. Adult female of Strongyloides stercoralis collected in bronchial fluid of a patient with disseminated disease. Scale bar = 400 µm.

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