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Anonymous1998A modern scourge: parents scratch their heads over lice
Ali, NM2000Testing head lice
P. Audino, G, Barrios, S, Vassena, CV, Mougabure-Cueto, GA, Zerba, ENicolás, Picollo, MInés2005Increased monooxygenase activity associated with resistance to permethrin in Pediculus humanus capitis (Anoplura: Pediculidae) from Argentina
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Bartels, CL, Peterson, KE, Taylor, KL2001Head lice resistance: itching that just won't stop
Bell, TA1998Treatment of Pediculus humanus var. capitis infestation in Cowlitz County, Washington, with ivermectin and the LiceMeister(R) comb
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Burkhart, CG2005A dermatologist's response to the American Academy of Pediatrics Guidelines on Head Lice
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Downs, AM2004Managing head lice in an era of increasing resistance to insecticides
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Elston, DM2003Drug-resistant lice
Frankowski, BL2004American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for the prevention and treatment of head lice infestation
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