While the other studies used only the presence of the malaria parasite as the diagnostic criterion, this study used the malaria parasite and/or malaria pigment, so that past or chronic malaria
, which are more likely to be associated with structural and functional changes in placenta than acute malaria, could also be diagnosed.
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
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.
He described an unusual type of lymphoma, very common in children aged two to 16 exposed to chronic malaria
For example, chronic malaria
results in anaemia as the spleen enlarges.
Kala azar with chronic malaria
in undernourished children was known as "malaria cachexia" in Imperial India.
Eleven cases were provisionally diagnosed as chronic malaria
as they presented with anemia, fever and splenomegaly Cases which were suspected to be acute leukemia, aplastic anemia, chronic malaria
, turned out to be megaloblastic anemia, which were further evaluated by clinicians by vitamin assays to pinpoint the deficiency to correctly treat the anemia.
Blood and fecal samples from 5 of 28 persons showed bands of expected size, indicating asymptomatic or chronic malaria