endemia

en·de·mi·a

(en-dē'mē-ă),
Obsolete term for an endemic disease.
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2], y se manifiesta epidemiologicamente como una enfermedad cronica cuya prevalencia esta aumentando en todo el mundo hasta alcanzar el grado de endemia (2).
Per fare altro esempio: se la collettivita cade preda d'una irreducibile endemia di cretinismo, l'egoista igienico si studia ciononpertanto, con l'aereare il proprio cervello, con la lettura di Montaigne, evitare a se stesso la calamita comune.
According to the Superintendencia de Controle de Endemias (SUCEN), the epidemiological situation of malaria in the State of Sao Paulo is under control, with no systematic entomological surveillance as there was in the past.
Definitions of endemic goitre and cretinism, classification of goitre size and severity of endemias, and survey techniques.
Endemias e epidemias brasileiras, desafios e perspectivas de investigacao cientifica: hanseniase.
We acknowledge the important contributions of the Araguaia River Study Group and the following groups and individuals, without whom this investigation would not have been possible: Agentes de Endemias, Agentes de Saude de Araguatins, Technicians from Municipal Health Secretariat/Araguatins, Ophthalmologists from the Augustinopolis Reference Hospital; technical staff from the State Secretariat of Health/Tocantins, and the national Secretariat of Health Surveillance; Ministry of Health; Victor Marques de Alencar, Henrique Leonel Lenzi and staff, Cecilia Volkmer-Ribeiro, Twiggy Cristina Alves Batista, Antonio Augusto Cruz, Norma Helen Medina, Pedro Paulo Chieffi, and Regina Maura Franco; the Field Epidemiology Training Program; and Vera Gattas.