Talk:Enterobiasis

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Appendicitis[edit]

This statement may be getting confused with another 'fact' - approximately 30% of all appendicitis patients are found to be infested with worms, so possibly not the cause of the appendicitis, but something found at surgery Ianguy 01:56, 28 June 2007 (UTC)