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Anonymous2005Drugs for head lice
Anonymous2004A better way to treat head lice?
Anonymous2004Head lice. A common nuisance
Anonymous2004Follow-up: finding hard-to-find head lice
Anonymous2004Information from your family doctor. Head lice
Anonymous2003Dealing with head lice--how have times changed?
Anonymous2003A parent's story: "I felt lost and hysterical"
Anonymous2000Louse-y treatments
Anonymous1999National guideline for the management of Phthirus pubis infestation
Anonymous1999Malathion for treatment of head lice
Anonymous1999Quarterly communicable disease review October to December 1998
Anonymous1998Working document combs out guidance on head lice
Alexander, JO1983Phthirus pubis infestation of the eyelashes
Ali, NM2000Testing head lice
Altschuler, DZ2003Parents know best
Amevigbe, MD, Ferrer, A, Champorie, S, Monteny, N, Deunff, J, Richard-Lenoble, D2000Isoenzymes of human lice: Pediculus humanus and P. capitis
Amr, ZS, Nusier, MN2000Pediculosis capitis in northern Jordan
Annells, M2004Guest editorial: eliminating head lice: itching to do the research
Arzube, ME1968Pediculus humanus humanus (Linne 1758) resistance to D. D. T. in various localities of the Ecuadorian Andes
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
Azad, AF, Beard, CB1998Rickettsial pathogens and their arthropod vectors
Babushkin, AE, Irnazarova, GR2001Phthiriasis of the eyelids
Bailey, AM2003Head lice: update on biology and control
Bailey, AM2002Persistent head lice following multiple treatments
Bailey, AM, Prociv, P2000Persistent head lice following multiple treatments: evidence for insecticide resistance in Pediculus humanus capitis
Bartels, CL, Peterson, KE, Taylor, KL2001Head lice resistance: itching that just won't stop
Bartruff, JK1976Mighty mites and other bug bites
Becherel, PA, Chosidow, O2002Ectoparasitic skin diseases. Scabies and pediculosis
Bell, TA1998Treatment of Pediculus humanus var. capitis infestation in Cowlitz County, Washington, with ivermectin and the LiceMeister(R) comb
Bender, WJ2001Treatment of lice
Bessis, D, Chraibi, H, Guillot, B, Guilhou, JJ2003Erythema annulare centrifugum induced by generalized Phthirus pubis infestation
Bloomers, L1979Insecticidal tests on immature head lice, Pediculus capitis (Anoplura)--A new technique
Bloomers, L, van Lennep, M1978Miscellaneous notes on the toxicity of some insecticides for the head louse, Pediculus capitis DeGeer (Anoplura)
Bloomfield, D, Adam, HM2002Head lice
Borges, R, Mendes, J2002Epidemiological aspects of head lice in children attending day care centres, urban and rural schools in Uberlândia, central Brazil
Brenton, CM2005Shaving for head lice is unnecessary and distressing
Brouqui, P, La Scola, B, Roux, V, Raoult, D1999Chronic Bartonella quintana bacteremia in homeless patients
Buczek, A, Markowska-Gosik, D, Widomska, D, Kawa, IM2004Pediculosis capitis among schoolchildren in urban and rural areas of eastern Poland
Burgess, IF2004Head lice
Burgess, IF2003Head lice
Burgess, IF2002Head lice
Burgess, IF2002Detection combing
Burgess, IF2002The life of a head louse
Burgess, IF1998Head lice-developing a practical approach
Burgess, IF, Brown, CM, Lee, PN2005Treatment of head louse infestation with 4% dimeticone lotion: randomised controlled equivalence trial
Burgess, IF, Maunder, JW, Myint, TThan1983Maintenance of the crab louse, Pthirus pubis, in the laboratory and behavioural studies using volunteers
Burkhart, CG2005A dermatologist's response to the American Academy of Pediatrics Guidelines on Head Lice
Burkhart, CG2004Relationship of treatment-resistant head lice to the safety and efficacy of pediculicides
Burkhart, CN2003Fomite transmission with head lice: a continuing controversy
Burkhart, CN, Arbogast, J, Smythe, P, Burkhart, CG1999Histochemical analysis of the nit of Pediculus humanus capitis (Anoplura: Pediculidae)


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