Bilharziose urogénitale

La bilharziose urogénitale est une affection parasitaire due à Schistosomia haematobium. L’être humain s’infecte dans des eaux contaminées. Des cas autochtones sont décrits en Corse.

 

Mis à jour le 17 juin 2019

Publications

Retrouvez ici les dernières publications scientifiques relatives aux études et travaux menés par Santé publique France. 

  • 12 mai 2020
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    Evaluation, validation, and recognition of the point-of-care circulating cathodic antigen, urine-based assay for mapping Schistosoma mansoni infections
  • 12 mai 2020
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    Circulating anodic antigen (CAA): a highly sensitive diagnostic biomarker to detect active Schistosoma infections-improvement and use during SCORE
  • 01 mars 2018
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    Large outbreak of urogenital schistosomiasis acquired in Southern Corsica, France: monitoring early signs of endemicization?
  • 01 janvier 2018
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    Persistence of schistosomal transmission linked to the Cavu river in southern Corsica since 2013
  • 29 juin 2017
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    Large outbreak of urogenital schistosomiasis acquired in Southern Corsica: monitoring the early signs of the endemicization?
  • 01 aout 2016
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    Outbreak of urogenital schistosomiasis in Corsica (France): an epidemiological case study