Abstract

Schistosomiasis is an epidemic disease that seriously endangers the health of people in China. Therefore, it is advantageous to screen for schistosome eggs automatically. This paper describes a screening method implemented on the Leitz TAS+ image analysis instrument for the presence of schistosome eggs in fecal samples.

© 1987 Optical Society of America

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