ABC series on diagnostic parasitology part 2: the McMaster method

Vasconcelos-Nóbrega C
Monday, October 2, 2017

Classical coprological methods allow for inexpensive, quick and reliable detection of parasitic elements. However, the detection of these parasitic elements may be insufficient and quantification of the parasitic burden may be required. As such, faecal egg counts can play a crucial role in providing these extra data. Herewith we describe the McMaster method, one of the most used faecal egg count methods described.

ABC series on diagnostic parasitology part 2: the McMaster method
ABC series on diagnostic parasitology part 2: the McMaster method

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