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From: Ancylostoma ceylanicum, novel etiological agent for traveler’s diarrhea—report of four Japanese patients who returned from Southeast Asia and Papua New Guinea

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Case 1. a Representative four-cell stage egg obtained from feces sample (55.9 × 36.6 μm). b A single filariform larva (750 × 25.0 μm), one of many recovered in Harada-Mori culture of feces. c Anterior of an adult Ancylostoma ceylanicum, showing prominent sets of outer (asterisk) and small inner (number sign) teeth on a cutting plate in the buccal cavity. d Posterior of an adult male Ancylostoma ceylanicum, showing mediolateral (asterisk) and posterior-lateral (number sign) rays of the copulatory bursa of the running parallel

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