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Anonymous2005Shared Wisdom on combs and combing for effective detection and eradication of head lice and nits
Anonymous2005NHS: The prevention and treatment of head lice
Anonymous2003A parent's story: "I felt lost and hysterical"
Anonymous2000Head lice: The gentle skill of Bug Busting ... fun without tears
Anonymous2000The bug stops here
Anonymous1996Review of the safety and efficacy of head lice treatment
Anonymous1994DoD use of lindane discontinued
Anonymous1993Pediculosis pervasive in Russia
Anonymous1993Standard Testing Methods for Determining the Effectiveness of Liquid, Gel, Cream or Shampoo Insecticides against human louse eggs
Anonymous1991Standard Testing Methods for Determining the Effectiveness of Liquid, Gel, Cream or Shampoo Insecticides against human lice
Anonymous1990The nit-picking pharoahs
Anonymous1990Head lice treatments
Anonymous1986The Head Lice Diagnostic Pocket Pack
Anonymous1979Nonreported sexually transmitted diseases: United States
Anonymous1976Gamma benzene hexachloride (Kwell and other products) alter
Anonymous1975Editorial: A nit or not a nit
Adair, M2000Letter: The head louse debate
Adams, Jr., RM2000Commentary: A school physician's thoughts on pediculosis
Adams, Jr., RM1996You ought to have your Head Examined: Pediculosis Capitis Redux
Alexander, JO1984Lice
Allison, EP, Kenward, HK, Tomlinson, PR1990Environmental analysis of samples from Area 86.53H, Peele Castle, Isle of Man
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Altschuler, DZ2003Parents know best
Altschuler, DZ, Kenney, LR1984More of pediculosis capitis
Altschuler, DZ, Kenney, LR1989The "no nit policy": what it is and why do we need it?
Altschuler, DZ, Kenney, LR1986Pediculicide performance, profit and the public health
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Andrews, JRH1980Pediculosis in New Zealand
Andrews, JRH, Tonkin, SL1989Scabies and pediculosis in Tokelau Island children in New Zealand
Andry, C1911Paralysis of hair erectors at the level of taches bleues
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Ashkenazi, I, Desatnik, HR, Abraham, FA1991Yellow mercuric oxide: a treatment of choice for phthiriasis palpebrarum
Aston, R2000Letter: The head louse debate
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Bailey, AM2003Head lice: update on biology and control
Bailey, AM2002Persistent head lice following multiple treatments (letter)
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Bakalar, N1997Wiping out head lice
Balazsy, K, et al1986Analysis of the connection between frequency of head-pediculosis and some parameters of hygiene in primary schools and nursery schools in the capitol
Bamber, G1952Scabies and lice
Barat, S, Scaria, KY1962The nature of the cementing substances found in the infested pig bristles
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