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THE PREVALENCE OF URINARY SCHISTOSOMIASIS AMONG PEOPLE LIVING IN EMENE

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ABSTRACT

A total of 400 urine samples were collected between January-August, 2010 among residents of Emene, Ujodo L.G.D.C of Enugu State. The samples were analysed using standard method- macroscopy for the presence of blood and microscopy for the the ova of schistosomes. Results revealed that 5 of them had the infection- 4(1.0%) and 1(0.25%) females. The highest incidence (2) was among school children aged 8 years followed by children of age 9 and10 years with 1 for each. Those in ages 5, 6, and 7 years had no infection. Results revealed that 4(1.3%) of the pupils had the infection- 3(0.99%) males and 1(0.33%) females. Those aged 8, 9 and 10 recorded 2(0.66%), 1(0.33%) and 1(0.33%) cases respectively. Out of 100 samples of other groups studied, males had 1(1.0%) while females had no infection.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Page 
Title page
Certification
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Table of content
List of tables
List of figures
List of appendices
Abstract

CHAPTER ONE 
1.0   Introduction                                                              
1.1   Aims of the study                                                        

CHAPTER TWO 
2.0   Literature review                                                          
2.1   Classification of Schistosomes                                        
2.2   The biology of schistosomes                                          
2.3   The hosts biology                                                        
2.4   Life cycle and transmission                                            
2.5   Ecology                                                                      
2.6   Geographical distribution                                               
2.7   Epidemiology                                                                
2.8   Pathology                                                                      
2.9   Clinical manifestation of urinary Schistosomiasis                 
2.10 Diagnosis                                                                    
2.11 Prevention and control                                                   
2.12 Treatment                                                                     

CHAPTER THREE 
3.0  Materials and method                                                       
3.1  Study area                                                                      
3.2  Data collection                                                                 
3.3  Collection of urine samples                                                
3.4  Methods of examination of the urine samples                       

CHAPTER FOUR 
4.0  Results                                                                             

CHAPTER FIVE 
5.0  Discussion                                                                         
5.1  Socio-economic importance                                                 
5.2  Conclusion                                                                          
5.3  Recommendation                                                                 
       References        

THE PREVALENCE OF URINARY SCHISTOSOMIASIS AMONG PEOPLE LIVING IN EMENE

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    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 61 Pages
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