holoendemic

holoendemic

 [hol″o-en-dem´ik]
endemic at a high level in a population, affecting most of the children and so affecting the adults in the population less often; see also hyperendemic.

hol·o·en·dem·ic

(hol'ō-en-dem'ik),
Endemic in the entire population (for example, trachoma in villages of Saudi Arabia).

hol·o·en·dem·ic

(hol'ō-en-dem'ik)
Endemic in the entire population.
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Modeling the relationship between precipitation and malaria incidence in children from a holoendemic area in Ghana.
[20 ] modelled the relationship between precipitation and malaria incidence in children from a Holoendemic Area in Ghana.
From epidemiological studies, it is clear that endemic BL is restricted to geographical regions where Plasmodium falciparum malaria is holoendemic and, coincidentally, where primary EBV infection occurs at a young age.
[18,19] The discrepancy noted with the present study could be explained by malaria transmission in Uganda being holoendemic and perennial, while in the present study transmission is seasonal.
Burkitt's lymphoma is the most common childhood cancer in holoendemic malaria regions in Africa, with a strong association with both intense malaria infection and Epstein-Barr virus.
Application and evaluation of QBC [R] malaria diagnosis in a holoendemic area.
The Dielmo project: a longitudinal study of natural malaria infection and the mechanisms of protective immunity in a community living in a holoendemic area of Senegal.
Haemoglobin concentration in children malaria holoendemic area is determined by accumulated Plasmodium falciparum parasite densities.
Alvar, "Application and evaluation of QBC malaria diagnosis in a holoendemic area," Applied parasitology, vol.
"You may appreciate that Dubai's population is multi-cultural and Dubai is a multi-ethnic society and there is considerable population movement from UAE to countries where malaria is holoendemic or hyper endemic.