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Three types of foci of Taenia saginata infection, characterized by the prevalence of taeniasis in man and cysticercosis in cattle, and by the number of new cases recorded each year, are present in Azerbaidzhan SSR. The factors that determine the prevalence and transmission of infection are...

Author(s)
Nadzhafov, I. G.
Citation
Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni, 1989, No.4, pp 50-53
Abstract

Distribution maps of taeniasis in Azerbaĭdzhan, USSR, for the periods 1959-1963 and 1984-1987 were prepared. 17 regions were defined according to the prevailing epidemiological processes and were re-grouped into 4 main types, characterized by climate, standard of sanitation and hygiene, amount of...

Author(s)
Nadzhafov, I. G.; Darchenkova, N. N.
Citation
Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni, 1990, No. 2, pp 20-24
Abstract

A survey in the Azerbaidzhan SSR demonstrated that the hands of 17.2% of patients (23.2% of children and 8.9% of adults) with taeniasis were contaminated with T. saginata oncospheres. Patients with taeniasis plus enterobiasis had more frequently contaminated hands (32.8% of children and 12.0% of...

Author(s)
Nadzhafov, I. G.; Guseĭnov, M. K.; Mustafaev, G. A.
Citation
Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni, 1988, No. 2, pp 46-48
Abstract

In 1982-84, 10 settlements in 4 regions of the Azerbaĭjan SSR (USSR) were investigated for Taenia saginata infection. Each settlement was divided into 5 zones and from each, 100 persons were chosen and investigated monthly by careful home interviews. Phenasal [niclosamide] plus Vermox [mebendazole] ...

Author(s)
Nadzhafov, I. G.
Citation
Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni, 1987, No. 2, pp 38-41
Abstract

Author(s)
Gadzhiev, Ya. G.; Keĭserovskaya, M. A.
Citation
Vestnik Selskokhozyaĭstvennoĭ Nauki, Baku, Azerbaijan, 1982, No.4, pp 40-41
Abstract

The situation regarding effective control of Taenia saginata in man and cattle in the Azerbaidzhan SSR in 1971-74 is briefly reviewed.

Author(s)
Gadzhiev, Ya, G.; Khalilov, A. G.; Keiserovskaya, M. A.
Citation
Veterinariya, Moscow, 1977, No.8, pp 70
Abstract

The rate of Cysticercus bovis infection in cattle increased from the North West (Estonia, 0.01 to 0.04%) to the South East (Armenia and Azerbaidzhan, 4%) of the European USSR. Variations in different regions are described. The rate of Taenia saginata infection in man followed that of C. bovis in ...

Author(s)
Arkhipova, N. S.; Movsesyan, S. O.
Citation
Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel'mintologii im. K.I. Skryabina., 1973, 20, pp 17-30
Abstract

Author(s)
Samedov, A. G.
Publisher
"Elm"., Baku, USSR
Citation
USSR, Akademiya Nauk Azerbaidzhanskoi SSR, Azerbaidzhanskoe Obshchestvo Gel'mintologov: Studies in helminthology in Azerbaidzhan.: Issledovaniya po gel'mintologii v Azerbaidzhane., 1975, pp 102-105
Abstract

The failure of a programme for the eradication of taeniasis in Azerbaidzhan, USSR is attributed to the lack of coordination between measures directed against Taenia saginata in man and against Cysticercus in cattle.

Author(s)
Abasov, Kh. D.
Publisher
Izdatel'stvo "Naukova Dumka"., Kiev, USSR
Citation
Problemy parazitologii. Materialy VIII nauchnoi konferentsii parazitologov UkSSR. Chast' 1., 1975, pp 3-4
Abstract

Author(s)
Abasov, Kh. D.
Publisher
"Elm"., Baku, USSR
Citation
USSR, Akademiya Nauk Azerbaidzhanskoi SSR, Azerbaidzhanskoe Obshchestvo Gel'mintologov: Studies in helminthology in Azerbaidzhan.: Issledovaniya po gel'mintologii v Azerbaidzhane., 1975, pp 15-20

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