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The author briefly reviews the part played by insects as simple carriers of disease, as direct inoculators of disease, and as the essential hosts of pathogenic organisms. However, months or years afterward, they may present with recurrent symptoms. This type results from obvious mechanical obstruction independent of changes in the blood or bile. Woodcome, Jr., MD, Charles Kahn, MD, Dona Goldman, RN, MPH, Joann Lindenmayer, DVM, MPH, Judith Bell, MPH, Barbara Niekerk, MEd.