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PREVALENCE, CO-PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS OF PULMONARY PARAGONIMIASIS AND PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS IN NIGERIAN CHILDREN IN THE NIGER DELTA AREA
East African Medical Journal
Nigeria has the highest burden of paragonimiasis in Africa and it is also among the high burden countries with tuberculosis. The true prevalence of these reemerging diseases is unknown in the country. To determine the prevalence and co-prevalence of thesere-emerging diseases among children in a rural Nigerian community. Descriptive cross-sectional study. Ewang, a rural fishing community in Mbo Local government Area of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Primary and secondary school children agedpmid:26859024 fatcat:jhkdbtm72rem3l7dvioj2uk6hi