Literature

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A. J. Suurmeijer2002Images in pathology: a pubic louse in a pap smear
E. B. Rydkina, Roux, V., Gagua, E. M., Predtechenski, A. B., Tarasevich, I. V., Raoult, D.1999Bartonella quintana in body lice collected from homeless persons in Russia
P. Prociv2000What a louse!
M. Inés Picollo, Vassena, C. V., Mougabure-Cueto, G. A., Vernetti, M., Zerba, E. Nicolás2000Resistance to insecticides and effect of synergists on permethrin toxicity in Pediculus capitis (Anoplura: Pediculidae) from Buenos Aires
A. Ogunrinade1978Pediculosis of a three-month-old baby
I. Muršić, Kuric, I., Raguž, M., Kovačević, T., Muršić, D.2018Treatment of Scabies and Pediculosis in Health Educa- tion Publications and Folk Medicine of Eastern Croatia – Slavonija, Baranja, and Western Srijem County
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Z. Kwiatkowska-Kawecka1973Phthiriasis palpeprarum
M. H. Kirschner1982Phthirus pubis infestation of the eyelashes
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R. Joseph Donaldson1974Head infestation--a community problem
P. D. Copson2004Super bugs
H. N. Contreras, M. Garcia, I., E. Correa, V.2001Hair infestation by Phthirus pubis (Anoplura: Pediculidae)
J. P. Carteaud1969New aspects in electron microscopy by scanning in dermatology. Cutaneous parasitology: Pediculus humanus capitis and Phtirus inguinalis
J. W. Burnett1991Lice infestation
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