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External ophthalmomyiasis, a disease established in Hawaii.
|Title:||External ophthalmomyiasis, a disease established in Hawaii.|
|Authors:||Yoshimoto, C M|
Goff, M L
|Issue Date:||Jan 1997|
|Abstract:||External ophthalmomyiasis, usually caused by the sheep nasal bot fly, Oestrus ovis L., is characteristically a benign disorder in humans, but may rarely cause severe complications. It occurs on most of the inhabited Hawaiian islands, and is more common than indicated by previously published reports. A typical case is presented along with the fly's life cycle, clinical features, and management.|
|Appears in Collections:||Hawaii Medical Journal Articles For 1997|
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