hyperendemic


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hyperendemic

 [hi″per-en-dem´ik]
equally endemic, at a high level, in all age groups of a population; see also holoendemic.
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Hyperendemic foci exist in north-central Wisconsin and western Ontario.
This hyperendemic region for hydatidosis has several factors favouring the parasitic cycle: temperate climate allowing the longevity of embryophores and patient location at a large sheep farm, the main hosts of the parasite in Tunisia.
New biomarkers with relevance to leprosy diagnosis applicable in areas hyperendemic for leprosy.
A study was conducted from January 2011 to January 2012 to introduce a new alternative rodenticide to control the reservoirs of ZCL in hyperendemic focus of Esfahan.
Hepatitis B virus infection in children and adolescents in a hyperendemic area: 15 years after mass hepatitis B vaccination.
Esteban JG, Gonzalez C, Curtale F, Munoz-Antoli C, Valero MA, Bargues MD, El Sayed M, El Wakeel A, Abdel-Wahab Y, Montresor A, Engels D, Savioli L and S Mas-Coma Hyperendemic fascioliasis associated with schistosomaisis in villages Nile delta of Egypt.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends meningococcal vaccination in a two-dose series for infants and children 9 through 23 months of age who are at high risk for meningococcal disease, including those travelling to countries where meningococcal infection is hyperendemic orendemic, those with persistent complement component deficiency, or functional or anatomic asplenia, and children who are in a defined risk group during a community or institutional meningococcal disease outbreak.
Childbearing intentions of HIV-positive women of reproductive age in Soweto, South Africa: the influence of expanding access to HAART in an HIV hyperendemic setting, American Journal of Public Health, 2011, 101(2):350-358.
Among these, Keonjhar district (part of east-central India) is one such area, which has been hyperendemic for falciparum malaria since many decades, recording deaths due to malaria every year (327 reported deaths during 2000 to 2005) (1-3).
It should be noted that treatment criteria in the South African guidelines are based on the guidelines of the American Association for the Study of Liver Disease (AASLD) (14) even though there are important differences in black South African patients and those in other hyperendemic parts of the world.
The study has found that the dengue virus, which is fast becoming hyperendemic ( constantly present at a high incidence and affecting all age groups equally), is spreading alongside the chikungunya virus.
In addition, first year college students' living in dormitories, microbiologists working with Neisseria Meningitides isolates, military recruits, and persons who travel to or live in countries in which meningococcal disease is hyperendemic or epidemic.