hyperendemic disease


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hy·per·en·dem·ic dis·ease

a disease that is constantly present at a high incidence and/or prevalence rate and affects all age groups equally.

hy·per·en·dem·ic dis·ease

(hī'pĕr-en-dem'ik di-zēz')
A disease that is constantly present at a high incidence and/or prevalence rate and affects all age groups equally.
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This strain, rarely isolated in European countries, belonged to the electrophoretic type 37 (ET-37) clonal complex, which is known to cause hyperendemic disease activity (5).
Sporadic cases, outbreaks, and hyperendemic disease in Europe and the United States are usually caused by serogroups B and C (1).
(1) In industrialised countries, including the Netherlands, serogroups B (MenB), C (MenC) and Y (MenY) have mainly had the highest prevalence and caused major outbreaks and hyperendemic diseases since the 1970s.