Literature

Authorssort ascendingYearTitle
Anonymous1993About lice
Anonymous1994DoD use of lindane discontinued
Anonymous1996Lice, fleas, ticks and ants: non-venomous apterous arthropods
Anonymous1996Review of the safety and efficacy of head lice treatment
Anonymous1997External parasites of cats
Anonymous1997A large outbreak of epidemic louse-borne typhus in Burundi
Anonymous1998A modern scourge: parents scratch their heads over lice
Anonymous1998Working document combs out guidance on head lice
Anonymous1998Attack of head lice (pediculosis capitis). Diagnosis, prevention and control
Anonymous1998General hospital and personal use devices; classification of the Apgar timer, lice removal kit, and infusion stand--FDA. Proposed rule
Anonymous1999National guideline for the management of Phthirus pubis infestation
Anonymous1999Malathion for treatment of head lice
Anonymous1999Quarterly communicable disease review October to December 1998
Anonymous2000Louse-y treatments
Anonymous2000Head lice: The gentle skill of Bug Busting ... fun without tears
Anonymous2000The bug stops here
Anonymous2000Capítulo IV: Piojos (Phthiraptera)
Anonymous2003Dealing with head lice--how have times changed?
Anonymous2003A parent's story: "I felt lost and hysterical"
Anonymous2003A Concise History of Ornithology: The Lives and Works of Its Founding Figures
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
Anonymous2005Drugs for head lice
Anonymous2005Shared Wisdom on combs and combing for effective detection and eradication of head lice and nits
Anonymous2005NHS: The prevention and treatment of head lice
Anonymous2006The LouseBuster Kills: Study Shows Hot, Dry Air Device Eradicates Head Lice
Anonymous2006A Management Program for the Dingo (Canis lupus dingo) in the Northern Territory
Anonymous2007Human pubic lice acquired from gorillas gives evolutionary clues
Anonymous2007Human pubic lice acquired from gorillas gives evolutionary clues
Anonymous2007Human pubic lice acquired from gorillas gives evolutionary clues
Anonymous2007The coevolution of lice and their hosts
Anonymous2007In fremden Betten: Wie der Mensch zur Filzlaus kam
Anonymous2012UK Standards for Microbiology Investigations: Investigation of Specimens for Ectoparasites
Anonymous2016Drugs for Head Lice

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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith