Literature

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Anonymous2003A parent's story: "I felt lost and hysterical"
Anonymous1998A modern scourge: parents scratch their heads over lice
D. Z. Altschuler2003Parents know best
A. M. Bailey2003Head lice: update on biology and control
K. M. Dacy2003Conditioner and comb works for us
M. Dawes2005Combing and combating head lice
A. Dickinson2000The nit detector
C. S. Dodd2001Interventions for treating headlice
S. Dolenska2003Re.: Parents know best
M. L. Elgart1990Pediculosis
T. Fenton2003Re.: exclusion from schools and nurseries
J. I. Figueroa, Hawranek, T., Abraha, A., Hay, R. J.1997Prevalence of skin diseases in school children in rural and urban communities in the Illubabor province, south-western Ethiopia: a preliminary survey
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
Z. Kmietowicz2003Information for patients: removal of lice and eggs by combing
J. Kuffel1987Treating a child with head lice
L. Hadfield-Law2000Head lice for A & E nurses
T. Duc Anh Ly, Touré, Y., Calloix, C., Badiaga, S., Raoult, D., Tissot-Dupont, H., Brouqui, P., Gautret, P.2017Changing Demographics and Prevalence of Body Lice among Homeless Persons, Marseille, France
W. M. McLean2003Why does Bug Busting fail?
T. Lynn Meinking, Clineschmidt, C. M., Chen, C., Kolber, M. A., Tipping, R. W., Furtek, C. I., Villar, M. E., Guzzo, C. A.2002An observer-blinded study of 1% permethrin creme rinse with and without adjunctive combing in patients with head lice
M. Moses2003A simple matter of grooming
L. Plastow, Luthra, M., Powell, R., Wright, J., Russell, D., Marshall, M. N.2001Head lice infestation: bug busting vs. traditional treatment
D. A. Ragheb, Morsy, T. A., Abdalla, H. M., Gamra, M. M. Abou1995In vitro control of Phthirus pubis with four pediculocides: Eurax, Elimite, Licid and Benzanil
K. S. Resnik2005A non-chemical therapeutic modality for head lice
C. Ring, Steppat, O., Pfeiffer, S., vonderOhe, R.1996The status of hygiene of shot mallards
C. Roffe2000Treatment of pediculosis capitis by dry combing
J. Ann Rosenfeld et al2003Another misapprehension
C. Teasdale2003Put 'Best Treatments' under the microscope
K. Zamma2002Grooming site preferences determined by lice infection among Japanese macaques in Arashiyama
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