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The status of Schistosoma haematobium infection in Anyu community in the Niger Delta, Nigeria
Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management
A total of 3,948 urine samples were examined for schristosome infection at Anyu in the Niger Delta, Nigeria, Two thousand and forty eight (51.9%) of the people examined were infected with Schistosomiasis. Highest infection (80.4%) was recorded in the 7-10 years age group and the lowest infection occurred in the 47-50 years of age. All the age groups between 3-47 years that were examined were infected with urinary schistosomiasis. Males were more infected (55.2%) than the females (47.2%).doi:10.4314/jasem.v12i2.55519 fatcat:35hocx3h6je7dmksggqg5i6yyy