What is a Demodex folliculorum?

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A Demodex folliculorum is a mite of the family of Demodicidae mites. Her sister is called 'Demodex brevis' These mites live on the human skin most of the time.
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Demodex folliculorum is an obligate parasite and commonly detected in patients with immune system deprivation. This study is planned to document the Demodex folliculorum prevalence
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