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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[USA], May 3 (ANI): Researchers have found that certain metabolic systems in the blood of people with chronic malaria change to support a long-term host-parasite relationship.
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.
In the afternoons we did classroom teaching in chronic conditions: the local doctor and nurse covered the tropical and cultural conditions (chronic malaria, worms, typhoid and TB); and the UK team covered the rationales for general health and universal health conditions (skin conditions, diabetes, HIV, heart conditions and epilepsy).
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.
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There are various histopathological alterations reported in renal biopsy from ARF caused by acute malaria including acute tubular necrosis, acute glomerulonephritis, mesangioproliferative glomerulonephritis (MPGN) and membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis (in chronic malaria) (18-22).
Conversely, if these robust inflammatory responses are not regulated during chronic malaria infection, they can lead to immunopathology and severe forms of the disease response [24-26].
falciparum genotypes that cannot be cleared by IPTp-SP exposes women to persistent and chronic malaria infections.
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 infections.

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