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diethylcarbamazine n.

diethylcarbamazine n.

diethylcarbamazine n.

diethylcarbamazine n.

Albendazole Therapy for Loiasis Refractory to Diethylcarbamazine Treatment

Diethylcarbamazine-related antimicrobial activity in Mycobacterium tuberculosis-infected blood.

The effects of diethylcarbamazine on the morphology and infrastructure of foetal mouse cerebellar neurons in culture

Tolerance to diethylcarbamazine-medicated salt in individuals infected with Onchocerca volvulus

Eotaxin Expression in Onchocevca volvulus-Induced Dermatitis after Topical Application of Diethylcarbamazine

Strong Association of Interleukin-6 and Lipopolysaccharide-Binding Protein with Severity of Adverse Reactions after Diethylcarbamazine Treatment of Microfilaremic Patients

Direct assessment in vivo of the efficacy of combined single-dose ivermectin and diethylcarbamazine against adult Wuchereria bancrofti

Long-term effect of three different strategies for mass diethylcarbamazine administration in bancroftian filariasis: follow-up at 10 years after treatment

Long-term efficacy of single-dose combinations of albendazole, ivermectin and diethylcarbamazine for the treatment of bancroftian filariasis

Placebo-controlled community trial of four cycles of single-dose diethylcarbamazine or ivermectin against Wuchereria bancrofti infection and transmission in India

Long-lasting reduction of Brugia timori microfilariae following a single dose of diethylcarbamazine combined with albendazole

Sustainability of soil-transmitted helminth control following a single-dose co-administration of albendazole and diethylcarbamazine

Prolonged clearance of microfilaraemia in patients with bancroftian filariasis after multiple high doses of ivermectin or diethylcarbamazine


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n. an anthelmintic drug that destroys filariae and is therefore used in the treatment of filariasis and loiasis. It is administered as tablets. Side-effects may include headache, malaise, joint pains, nausea, and vomiting.

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