Literature

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J. Q. Tang, Ran, X., Ran, Y. P.2017Cover Image: Dermoscopy in vivo for the life cycle of Phthirus pubis
I. Marin-Cabanas, Pascual J. C.2016Image Gallery: Dermoscopy of phthiriasis pubis: a handy and useful tool
W. A. Jamieson1895The treatment of pediculosis vestimentorum
J. Heukelbach, Wilcke, T., Winter, B., Feldmeier, H.2005Epidemiology and morbidity of scabies and pediculosis capitis in resource-poor communities in Brazil
A. M. R. Downs, Stafford, K. A., Stewart, G. H., Coles, G. C.1999Evidence for double resistance to permethrin and malathion in head lice
A. M. Downs, Stafford, K. A., Hunt, L. P., Ravenscroft, J. C., Coles, G. C.2002Widespread insecticide resistance in head lice to the over-the-counter pediculocides in England, and the emergence of carbaryl resistance
A. M. R. Downs, Stafford, K. A., Harvey, I., Coles, G. C.2000Evidence for double resistance to permethrin and malathion in head lice: reply from authors
A. M. Downs, Stafford, K. A., Harvey, I. I., Coles, G. C.2000Evidence for double resistance to permethrin and malathion in head lice: reply from authors
M. Dawes2000Evidence for double resistance to permethrin and malathion in head lice
M. M. Cameron1997Can house dust mite-triggered atopic dermatitis be alleviated using acaricides?
D. A. Burns, Sims T. A.1988A closer look at Pthirus pubis
D. A. Burns1987The treatment of Phthirus pubis infestation of the eyelashes
D. A. Burns1987Action of cotrimoxazole on head lice
D. A. Burns1991The treatment of human ectoparasite infection
I. F. Burgess, Coulthard, M., Heaney, J.1991Scalp infestation by Liposcelis mendax
I. F. Burgess1993New head louse repellent
D. Bessis, Chraibi, H., Guillot, B., Guilhou, J. J.2003Erythema annulare centrifugum induced by generalized Phthirus pubis infestation
A. Arnaud, Chosidow, O., Détrez, M. - A., Bitar, D., Huber, F., Foulet, F., Le Strat, Y., Vandentorren, S.2016Prevalences of scabies and pediculosis corporis among homeless people in the Paris region: results from two randomized cross-sectional surveys (HYTPEAC study)
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