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Helminths, commonly known as parasitic worms, are a significant focus in diagnostic testing. These organisms can infect various body systems, but they most frequently target the gastrointestinal tract. Examples include tapeworms, roundworms, and flukes. Diagnostic approaches often involve stool sample analysis, blood tests, and in some cases, imaging studies. Accurate and timely identification is essential for effective treatment, which typically involves antiparasitic medications. Helminth infections are especially prevalent in regions with poor sanitation and are a significant public health concern. Detecting them is crucial for both individual treatment and broader preventative health measures.