Diseases

Lice: sources and notes

Author: Sylvie Charbonnier.
Expert consultant: Dr Arezki Izri, parasitologist, university lecturer and hospital practitioner at AP-HP.

Sources:

- Conduct to be held in front of a subject with pediculosis of the scalp. Superior Council of Public Health of France, Communicable Diseases Section, Session of January 17, 2003. CSHPF, 2003.

- Pediculosis of the scalp. Guide to the conduct of communicable disease in a community of children. Ministry in charge of health, 2010.

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