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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(9) evidenced that in a hyperendemic municipality of the Northern Region of Brazil, functional limitation was one of the factors that overly affected the performance of activities and restricted social participation of people who were discharged from leprosy, focusing on the health conditions of these people.
Educating animal owners, following good veterinary (appropriate burying or cremation of animal carcasses as well as decontamination and disinfection procedures), ensuring close surveillance, and regular immunization of animals against anthrax may control infection in endemic and hyperendemic areas.
Western Africa represents the only major region in the world where HBV is still hyperendemic and the predominant genotype prevailing there is genotype E.
Bargues et al., "Hyperendemic human fascioliasis in Andean valleys: An altitudinal transect analysis in children of Cajamarca province, Peru," Acta Tropica, vol.
Because dengue has been hyperendemic in Sri Lanka, our doctors are familiar with diagnosing dengue.
Gender-based violence and HIV: Relevance for HIV prevention in hyperendemic countries of southern Africa.
Huang et al., "Hepatitis B virus infection in children and adolescents in a hyperendemic area: 15 years after mass hepatitis B vaccination," Annals of Internal Medicine, vol.
In addition to the patient's residence along a Mississippi River tributary, further epidemiologic history was obtained revealing multiple high-risk fungal exposures, including a history of rose gardening (too remote for sporotrichosis), frequent travels to mountainous Mexico (high altitude only, well outside of the Sonoran Life zone of coccidioidomycosis), and living in Southwestern Wisconsin (outside Wisconsin's hyperendemic area of blastomycosis).
Spatial analysis spotlighting early childhood leprosy transmission in a hyperendemic municipality of the Brazilian Amazon region.
However, vaccination is not recommended for individuals who travel or live in countries where meningococcal disease is hyperendemic or epidemic, as the disease in these countries is generally not known to be caused by serogroup B.