volume 24, issue 3, P579-602 2010
DOI: 10.1016/j.idc.2010.04.002
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Vannan Kandi Vijayan, Tarek Kilani

Abstract: Many lung infestations from established and newly emerging parasites have been reported as a result of the emergence of HIV/AIDS, the increasing use of immunosuppressive drugs, increasing organ transplantations, the increase in global travel, and climate change. A renewed interest in parasitic lung infections has been observed recently because many protozoal and helminthic parasites cause clinically significant lung diseases. The diseases caused by these parasites may mimic common and complicated lung diseases…

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