Endemic area

Endemic area

A geographical region where a particular disease is prevalent.
Mentioned in: Leprosy, Scrub Typhus
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It is important to maintain clinical suspicion for dengue fever, particularly in anyone who has traveled to an endemic area in the 2 weeks before presentation.
Economic evaluation of Chagas disease screening of pregnant Latin American women and of their infants in a non endemic area.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending blood or urine testing for all pregnant women with possible Zika exposure through travel or because they live in an endemic area, regardless of whether they are symptomatic, Dr.
Filaria associated clinical manifestations in children in an endemic area and morbidity control by immunomonitoring and optimal DEC therapy: Sevagram experience.
Risk factors included fewer than 10 years of exposure to an endemic area (OR=4.
2006, 2007), this has been proven by the development of a natural antibody response in people living in endemic area which is due to frequent exposure to salivary components (Cornelie et al.
The WNP region is located in southern part of Sudan, around 120 km south of the capital Khartoum, and bordering northward of Upper Nile Province region, a known VL endemic area in Sudan.
3 per 100,000 population in the endemic area (Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah) in 1998 to 42.
Background: To determine the thyroid function tests and urinary iodine levels in women belonging to goiter endemic area.
Keeping these points in mind the present study was conducted to measure the level of hydroxyproline in urine, a non-invasive technique, in cattle from fluoride endemic area.
Decreased serum concentrations of nitric oxide metabolites among Chinese in an endemic area of chronic arsenic poisoning in Inner Mongolia.