Literature

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Z. S. Amr, Nusier M. N.2000Pediculosis capitis in northern Jordan
C. N. Burkhart, Burkhart C. G.2000The route of head lice transmission needs enlightenment for proper epidemiologic evaluations
C. N. Burkhart, Gunning, W., Burkhart, C. G.2000Scanning electron microscopic examination of the egg of the pubic louse (Anoplura: Pthirus pubis)
E. Chouela, Abeldano, A., Cirigliano, M., Ducard, M., Neglia, V., La Forgia, M., Colombo, A.1997Head louse infestations: epidemiologic survey and treatment evaluation in Argentinian schoolchildren
J. DeFelice, Rumsfield, J., Bernstein, J. E., Roshal, J. Y.1989Clinical evaluation of an after-pediculicide nit removal system
A. M. Downs, Oxley J.2001Head lice infestations in different ethnic groups
A. Kokturk, Baz, K., Bugdayci, R., Sasmaz, T., Tursen, U., Kaya, T. I., Ikizoglu, G.2003The prevalence of pediculosis capitis in schoolchildren in Mersin, Turkey
D. Mimouni, Grotto, I., Haviv, J., Gdalevich, M., Huerta, M., Shpilberg, O.2001Secular trends in the epidemiology of pediculosis capitis and pubis among Israeli soldiers: a 27-year follow-up
M. R. Namazi2001Levamisole: a safe and economical weapon against pediculosis
L. Charles Parish, Witkowski, J. A., Millikan, L. E.1989Pediculosis capitis and the stubborn nit
R. Speare2000Hot water kills head lice experimentally placed on brushes
R. Speare, Buettner P. G.2000Hard data needed on head lice transmission
R. Speare, Buettner P. G.1999Head lice in pupils of a primary school in Australia and implications for control
R. Speare, Cahill, C., Thomas, G.2003Head lice on pillows, and strategies to make a small risk even less
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