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Pediculosis pubis

Pediculosis pubis diagram by Josef Reischig, Wikimedia
Josef Reischig, Wikimedia

Pediculosis pubis is a disease caused by a parasitic insect known as Pthirus pubis, which infests human pubic hair, as well as other areas with hair including eye lashes. Here is the latest research.

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July 25, 2019
Case Report

Visual Dermatology: Devil Pubic Lice Disguised in Colourful Detail

Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery
Shuang Xu, Cheng Tan
January 9, 2020
Open Access

Emergence of social inequality in the spatial harvesting of renewable public goods

PLoS Computational Biology
Jaideep JoshiUlf Dieckmann
September 26, 2019

Pediculosis Pubis

JAMA Dermatology
Malcolm Creighton-Smith, Steven Brett Sloan
November 27, 2019
Open Access

Anatomical Dissection of the Dorsal Nerve of the Clitoris

Aesthetic Surgery Journal
Joseph A KellingPaul G Pin
September 26, 2019

Human lice: Spectators and actors of the history of humanity through the ages

Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology
Gianluca NazzaroStefano Veraldi
May 5, 2020

Pubic Lice in Facial Hair

Dermatology Practical & Conceptual
Puravoor JayasreeKaralikkattil T Ashique
April 17, 2020

Flavored E-Cigarette Sales in the United States Under Self-Regulation From January 2015 Through October 2019

American Journal of Public Health
Alex LiberJeffrey Drope
March 6, 2020

Exact and heuristic approaches for multi-objective garbage accumulation points location in real scenarios

Waste Management
Diego Gabriel RossitSergio Nesmachnow
May 3, 2019

Trichoscopy in the Differential Diagnosis of Pseudonits

Skin Appendage Disorders
Francesco LacarrubbaGiuseppe Micali
April 22, 2020
Open Access

Resource heterogeneity and the evolution of public goods cooperation

Evolution Letters
Peter StilwellAngus Buckling
December 7, 2019
Open Access

Molecular profiling of single neurons of known identity in two ganglia from the crab Cancer borealis

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Adam J NorthcuttDavid Schulz
May 1, 2020

What's eating you? human body lice (Pediculus humanus corporis)

Emily S Nyers, Dirk M Elston
March 4, 2020
Open Access

Coexistence and cooperation in structured habitats

BMC Ecology
Lukas Geyrhofer, Naama Brenner
November 19, 2019
ReviewOpen Access

A Noninvasive Aid for Office-Based Gynecologists for the Diagnosis of Common External Genital Disorders

Obstetrics and Gynecology International
Giorgia GiuffridaGiuseppe Micali
February 26, 2020

Oxidative stress is associated with atopic indices in relation to childhood rhinitis and asthma

Journal of Microbiology, Immunology, and Infection = Wei Mian Yu Gan Ran Za Zhi
Cheryn Yu Wei ChooChih-Yung Chiu
April 15, 2020
Open Access

The effects of contemporaneous peer punishment on cooperation with the future

Nature Communications
Johannes Lohse, Israel Waichman

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