Volume 13, Number 10—October 2007
Global Poverty and Human Development
Schistosoma hematobium and S. mansoni among Children, Southern Sudan
|No. positive specimens/total examined (%)||No. high intensity infections (%)*||No. positive specimens/total examined (%)||No. moderate intensity infections (%)†||No. heavy intensity infections (%)‡|
|Lui (West Equatoria)||0/200||0||103/200 (51.5)||33 (16.5)||16 (8)|
|Nyal (Upper Nile)||146/200 (73)||57 (28.5)||140/200 (70)||54 (27)||37 (18.5)|
*>50 eggs/10 mL urine.
†100–399 eggs/g feces.
‡>400 eggs/g feces.
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