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Wet combing versus traditional scalp inspection as a detection method for lice infestation in school children

Jan De Maeseneer UGent, Sara Willems UGent, I Blokland, Robert Vander Stichele UGent and F Meersschaut (2001) Family Doctors, 16th World congress, Abstracts. p.95-95
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Family Doctors, 16th World congress, Abstracts
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abstract AB260
pages
95 - 95
conference name
16th World congress of Family Doctors (WONCA 2001)
conference location
Durban, South Africa
conference start
2001-05-13
conference end
2001-05-17
language
English
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yes
classification
C3
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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2998892
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-2998892
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2012-09-25 11:28:48
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2012-09-26 09:29:43
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  articleno    = {abstract AB260},
  author       = {De Maeseneer, Jan and Willems, Sara and Blokland, I and Vander Stichele, Robert and Meersschaut, F},
  booktitle    = {Family Doctors, 16th World congress, Abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Durban, South Africa},
  pages        = {abstract AB260:95--abstract AB260:95},
  title        = {Wet combing versus traditional scalp inspection as a detection method for lice infestation in school children},
  year         = {2001},
}

Chicago
De Maeseneer, Jan, Sara Willems, I Blokland, Robert Vander Stichele, and F Meersschaut. 2001. “Wet Combing Versus Traditional Scalp Inspection as a Detection Method for Lice Infestation in School Children.” In Family Doctors, 16th World Congress, Abstracts, 95–95.
APA
De Maeseneer, J., Willems, S., Blokland, I., Vander Stichele, R., & Meersschaut, F. (2001). Wet combing versus traditional scalp inspection as a detection method for lice infestation in school children. Family Doctors, 16th World congress, Abstracts (pp. 95–95). Presented at the 16th World congress of Family Doctors (WONCA 2001).
Vancouver
1.
De Maeseneer J, Willems S, Blokland I, Vander Stichele R, Meersschaut F. Wet combing versus traditional scalp inspection as a detection method for lice infestation in school children. Family Doctors, 16th World congress, Abstracts. 2001. p. 95–95.
MLA
De Maeseneer, Jan, Sara Willems, I Blokland, et al. “Wet Combing Versus Traditional Scalp Inspection as a Detection Method for Lice Infestation in School Children.” Family Doctors, 16th World Congress, Abstracts. 2001. 95–95. Print.