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Correction to: prevalence of and risk factors for malaria, filariasis, and intestinal parasites as single infections or co-infections in different settlements of Gabon, Central Africa

The original article was published in Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:6

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Unfortunately, the original article [1] contained some errors. The table title of Tables 4, 5, 6, 7 were interchanged by mistake and displayed incorrectly in the article. The correct table titles of Tables 4, 5, 6, 7 can be found below.

Table 4: Distribution of intestinal parasite species, according to the age.

Table 5: Risk factors for P. falciparum infection.

Table 6: Risk factors for IPIs.

Table 7: Risk factors for polyparasitism (bivariate analysis).

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    M’bondoukwé NP, Kendjo E, Mawili-Mboumba DP, Koumba Lengongo JV, Offouga Mbouoronde C, Nkoghe D, Touré F, Bouyou-Akotet MK. Prevalence of and risk factors for malaria, filariasis, and intestinal parasites as single infections or co-infections in different settlements of Gabon, Central Africa. Infect Dis Poverty. 2018;7:6. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40249-017-0381-4.

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Correspondence to Marielle Karine Bouyou-Akotet.

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