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Low endemicity and low pathogenicity of rotaviruses among rural children in Costa Rica
Rotaviruses were prospectively studied in 51 rural Costa Rican children from birth to two years. Samples of feces were collected weekly over a 33-month period. Rotavirus was detected in 45 (1.04%) of 4,317 fecal specimens; ...
Diarrea por Campylobacter fetus jejuni y otros agentes infecciosos en niños del área rural de Puriscal, Costa Rica
(Revista de Biología Tropical 32(1) p.137-143, 1984-01-04)
Between September 1979 and September 1981 a field study was conducted on the etiology of diarrhea' disease in the area of Puriscal, Costa Rica. The presence of enteric pathogens was investigated in the stools of 267 ...
Estudio de Puriscal V: Infección entérica en niños menores de dos años
(Revista Hospital Nacional de Ninos de Costa Rica 17(1y2):57-70, 1982)
The pretence of enteric pathogens was studied in 279 diarrheic and 198 nondiarrheic children in a rural area of Costa Rica whose childhood population are the object of a prospective multidisciplinary study. Cases end ...