Authorssort descendingYearTitle
Anonymous2003A parent's story: "I felt lost and hysterical"
Anonymous1975Editorial: A nit or not a nit
D. Z. Altschuler2003Parents know best
A. Bacot1917A simple means of ascertaining if a sterilizing hut is hot enough to destroy lice and nits in clothing or blankets
A. Bacot1916Notes on Pediculus humanus (Vestimenti) and Pediculus capitis
A. M. Bailey2003Head lice: update on biology and control
G. Bamber1952Scabies and lice
A. Boulton1995Britain restricts lice treatment
I. F. Burgess2003Commentary: How to advise a patient when over the counter products have failed
I. F. Burgess1995Clinical efficacy of treatment for head lice - authors differ on assessment of flaws in trials
I. F. Burgess, Brown, C. M., Lee, P. N.2005Treatment of head louse infestation with 4% dimeticone lotion: randomised controlled equivalence trial
I. F. Burgess, Brown, C. M., Peock, S., Kaufman, J.1995Head lice resistant to pyrethroid insecticides in Britain
J. R. Busvine1943Control of the head louse
J. R. Busvine, Buxton P. Alfred1942A new method of controlling the head louse
P. K. Buxton1988How are head lice transmitted - reply
P. Alfred Buxton1940Temperatures lethal to louse
P. Alfred Buxton1940Temperatures lethal to the louse
P. Alfred Buxton1940The control of lice
L. Crossan2002Experience based treatment of head lice
K. M. Dacy2003Conditioner and comb works for us
W. A. L. David1943Delousing of clothing by fumigation
M. Dawes, Hicks, N. R., Fleminger, M., Goldman, D., Hamling, J., Hicks, L. J.1999Evidence based case report: treatment for head lice
J. A. Dickinson2005Does shaving cure headlice?
R. Dixon, Eastwood, A., Fullerton, D., Glenny, A. - M., Sharp, D. Lister, Petticrew, M., Sheldon, T.1996Topical treatments for head lice - review's weaknesses may undermine its conclusions
C. S. Dodd2001Treatment of head lice
S. Dolenska2003Re.: Parents know best
T. Fenton2003Re.: exclusion from schools and nurseries
R. Gamlin1943Control of head lice
N. Hill, Moor, G., Cameron, M. M., Butlin, A., Preston, S., Williamson, M. S., Bass, C.2005Single blind, randomised, comparative study of the Bug Buster kit and over the counter pediculicide treatments against head lice in the United Kingdom
A. Holmes2005Practicalities of treatment
J. Ibarra2005Head lice: Acurate knowledge of the life-cycle is essential to achieve control
J. Ibarra2003Hope and honour in head lice
J. P. Kinloch1915An investigation of the best methods of destroying lice and other body vermin
Z. Kmietowicz2003Information for patients: removal of lice and eggs by combing
G. M. Laekeman1996Topical treatments for head lice - several questions remain
G. Lewendon1999Head lice can be controlled without application of insecticide lotions
A. Lwegaba2005Shaving is safer for head lice than insecticides
A. Macfarlane1988How are head lice transmitted
J. De Maeseneer, Blokland, I., Willems, S., Stichele, R. H. Vander, Meersschaut, F.2000Wet combing versus traditional scalp inspection to detect head lice in schoolchildren: observational study
W. M. McLean2003Why does Bug Busting fail?
B. Nash2003Treating head lice
J. Ann Rosenfeld et al2003Another misapprehension
E. R. M. Saunders1988How are head lice transmitted
M. J. Sladden2005Common skin infections in children - Author's response
M. J. Sladden, Johnston G. A.2005More common skin infections in children
R. Smith2003Editor's choice: Head lice: Boring for doctors, important to patients
M. Stallbaumer, Ibarra J.1995Clinical efficacy of treatment for head lice - counting head lice by visual inspection flaws trials results
R. H. Vander Stichele, Bogaert M. G.1995Clinical efficacy of treatment for head lice - reply
R. H. Vander Stichele, Bogaert, M. G., Dezeure, E.1996Topical treatments for head lice - Reply
R. H. Vander Stichele, Dezeure, E. M., Bogaert, M. G.1995Systematic review of clinical efficacy of topical treatments for head lice


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