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Diarrhoea occurs more frequently in parasitized than in non-parasitized individuals (Wanner et a / . , 1960). , 1942; Brown, E. , 1948; Antia et a / . , 1966; Alp and Hislop, 1969). Rendtorff (1954) demonstrated that feeding Giardia cysts caused diarrhoea. Malabsorption due to Giardia infection has been reported by a number of workers. Miller (1926) and Veghelyi (1939a,b, 1940) demonstrated that Giardia could cause malabsorption and a coeliac-like syndrome in children ; Cortner (1959) described four similar cases.