ENDEMIC HELMINTHIASES OF RUSSIAN FAR EASTJournal: International bilingual medical journal "MEDICUS" (Vol.1, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2015-01-15
Authors : Miropolskaya N.Y.; Molochnii V.P.; Ivanova I.B.;
Page : 30-32
Keywords : parasitosis; children; Far Eastern endemic helminths; the indigenous population;
According to the official parasitological monitoring in the Russian Federation, the frequency of helminth infested on average up to 140 cases per 100,000 population in the Far East, the overall incidence of 330 cases per 100,000 population in the Khabarovsk region it varies from 130.5 to 150.3 cases per 100 thousand population. When parasitological survey in 1265 children aged 6 months to 15 years, living in different regions of the Khabarovsk Territory, we have identified 946 infested children, accounting for 86.6% of all children surveyed. Of these, 365 chil-dren lived in rural areas and 581 children ? in cities. The existence of 13 different monoinvazy helminth. The most common in children were helminth ascariasis, toxocariasis and clonorchiasis, both as monoinvazy and Assiociants as core. 266 children or 28.1% of all infestations were found in indigenous Amur region. Russia's Far East, there are pockets of helminthiasis, which are used to their life cycle specific to these places fauna, absent in other regions of the country. The group Far East helminth endemic includes 4 fluke ? klonorhis, metagonimus, nanofitus, paragonimus and one cestode ? tapeworm Klebanoff.
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