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In the province of Kracheh, in Northern Cambodia, a baseline epidemiological survey on Schistosoma mekongi was conducted along the Mekong River between December and April The results of household surveys of highly affected villages of the East and the West bank of the river and of school surveys in 20 primary schools are presented. In household surveys people were examined. An overall prevalence of infection of The overall intensity of infection was Severe morbidity was very frequent.
Hepatomegaly of the left lobe was detected in Splenomegaly was seen in Visible diverted circulation was found in 7. The age group of years was most affected. The prevalence of infection in this group was The intensity of infection was In the peak age group hepatomegaly reached a prevalence of In the 20 schools children aged years were examined.
The overall prevalence of infection was The overalls mean intensity of infection was No difference in sex was found for the prevalence and intensity of infection and prevalence of hepatomegaly. This comprehensive epidemiological study documents for the first time the public health importance of schistosomiasis mekongi in the Province of Kracheh, Northern Cambodia and points at key epidemiological features of this schistosome species, in particular the high level of morbidity associated with infection.