Further Reading

Cooper ES, Whyte-Alleng CAM, Finzi-Smith JS, and MacDonald TT (1992) Intestinal nematode infections in children: the physiological price paid. Parasitology 104: S91-S103.

Crompton DWT (1999) How much human helminthiasis is there in the world? Journal of Parasitology 85: 397-403.

Crompton DWT (2000) The public health importance of hookworm disease. Parasitology 121: S39-S50.

Crompton DWT and Nesheim MC (2002) Nutritional impact of intestinal helminthiasis during the human life cycle. Annual Review of Nutrition 22: 35-59.

Dickson R, Awasthi S, Williams P, Demellweek C, and Gamer P (2000) Effects of treatment for intestinal helminth infection on growth and cognitive performance in children: systematic review of randomised trials. British Medical Journal 320: 1697-1701.

Grove DI (1996) Human strongylodiosis. Advances in Parasitol-ogy 38: 251-309.

Haque R, Huston CD, Hughes M et al. (2003) Current concepts: amebiasis. New England Journal ofMedicine 348: 1565-1573.

Lunn PG and Northrop-Clewes CA (1993) The impact of gastrointestinal parasites on protein-energy malnutrition in man. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 52: 101-111.

O'Lorcain P and Holland CV (2000) The public health importance of Ascaris lumbricoides. Parasitology 121: S51-S71.

Olson BE, Olson ME, and Wallis PM (2002) Giardia: The Cosmopolitan Parasite Wallingford, UK: CABI.

Solomons NW (1993) Pathways to the impairment of human nutritional status by gastrointestinal pathogens. Parasitology 107: S19-S35.

Stephenson LS (1993) The impact of schistosomiasis on human Stephenson LS, Latham MC, and Ottesen EA (2000) Malnutrition nutrition. Parasitology 107: S107-S123. and parasitic helminth infections. Parasitology 121: S23-S38.

Stephensen LS, Holland CV, and Cooper ES (2000) The public health Tzipori S (2002) Cryptosporidiosis: current trends and challenges.

significance of Trichuris trichiura. Parasitology 121: S73-S95. Microbes and Infection 4: 1045-1080.

Pathogens see Infection: Nutritional Interactions; Nutritional Management in Adults

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