chronic malaria

chron·ic ma·lar·i·a

malaria that develops after frequently repeated attacks of one of the acute forms, usually falciparum malaria; it is characterized by profound anemia, enlargement of the spleen, emaciation, mental depression, sallow complexion, edema of ankles, feeble digestion, and muscular weakness.

chron·ic ma·lar·i·a

(kron'ik mă-lar'ē-ă)
Form of the disease that develops after frequently repeated attacks of one of the acute forms, usually falciparum malaria; it is characterized by profound anemia, enlargement of the spleen, emaciation, mental depression, sallow complexion, edema of the ankles, feeble digestion, and muscular weakness.
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If the government knows who is the culprit, than bring them to book but don't punish the innocent masses good for nothing," said Khan Gul Khan, a local of Datta Khel Tehsil who had a chronic Malaria patient in his house.
supersonic az tenz of millionz fell victim to chronic malaria an'
falciparum genotypes that cannot be cleared by IPTp-SP exposes women to persistent and chronic malaria infections.
falciparum genotypes is largely unaffected by IPTp-SP and expose women to persistent and chronic malaria infection, and this effect, rather than SP by itself, has detrimental effects on the health of newborns.
1992), the AF-alb level did not differ significantly between children with or without malaria parasitemia, nor was it associated with the chronic malaria marker Pfs-IgG3 in the present study.
Local doctors are said to have claimed that Yar has chronic malaria and typhoid but ruled out brain bewilderment.
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Kala azar with chronic malaria in undernourished children was known as "malaria cachexia" in Imperial India.
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