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    Toxocara spp. cause one of the most widespread soil-transmitted helminthic infections worldwide. In both developed and developing countries, soil contamination with Toxocara eggs is considered as a major threat to public health. A total of 515 soil samples from 89 sampling sites were collected from different locations of public health such as Wastelands and Streets, public parks, and marginal areas. The soil samples were examined for Toxocara eggs using a centrifugal-floatation technique utilizing a saturated sodium nitrate solution. centralization of positive soil samples in the province was studied by Spatial Statistics Techniques such as Average Nearest Neighbors and Spatial Autocorrelation and Kernel Density Function Toxocara spp. eggs were found in 94 (18.25 %) out of 515 samples collected from the studied areas. According to the results obtained, marginal areas are often contaminated with eggs of Toxocara. Consequently, preventive measures including health education should be implemented to reduce the potential risk of this parasitic infection. Copyright © 2021 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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    Vahid Raissi, Mohammad Taqi Masoumi, Asmaa Ibrahim, Soudabeh Etemadi, Muhammad Getso, Pantea Jalali, Navid Babaei Pouya, Mohammad Zareie, Fatemeh Ehsani Amraei, Omid Raiesi. Spatial analysis of Toxocara spp. eggs in soil as a potential for serious human infection. Comparative immunology, microbiology and infectious diseases. 2021 Apr;75:101619

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