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With the rapid growth of parasitology,n spe relation tt preventive medicine, there has arisen a demand for t deough laboratory instruction in this important field. The study of the methods of transmission transmission of various parasaniceatious diseases is of such vitalci portance to the country at large that every student student, practitioner and, especially, every health officer should have at least a general knowledge of the characteristics and habits of the more co parasites and parasite-gcomprises of ctic guide comprises a series common parasites. The exercises are admirably planned and should prove valuable in direct sites. The exercisesstic work.
A Laboratory Guide to the Study of Parasitology. JAMA. 1913;61(17):1561. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350180061031
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