Eggs per gram
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Measuring the number of eggs per gram is the primary diagnostic method for schistosomiasis, as opposed to a blood test. Eggs per gram or another analyse like larvae per gram of faeces is one of the most important experiments that is done in parasitology labs.
Methods to count the number of eggs per gram:
- Willis method
- McMaster method
- Clayton-Lane method
- "Techniques for parasite assays and identification in faecal samples". www.fao.org. Retrieved 2015-06-08.
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