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Atlas of Human Intestinal Protozoa

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Atlas of Human Intestinal Protozoa
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The aim of this multimedia atlas is to furnish a valid support for the diagnosis of the intestinal protozoan infections. The analytical procedures, feasible by most laboratories, are described in a simple but exhaustive way, and the atlas comprises a rich iconography with over 370 diagnostic images of intestinal protozoa.

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