reemerging disease

reemerging disease

Global medicine Any disorder, usually an infection–eg, cholera, malaria, TB, which was on the decline in the global population, reached a nadir and has now increased due to changes in the health status of a susceptible population. Cf Emerging disease.
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Central Nervous System Tuberculosis: An Imaging-Focused Review of a Reemerging Disease. Radiol Res Pract.
In the late 1990s, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that tuberculosis was responsible for the deaths of millions of people and was considered a reemerging disease. The return of tuberculosis to high levels is addressed by Farmer (24) as a 'revenge', since the understanding of disease 'return' blurs the permanence of its high incidence in several parts of the world.
Coccidioidomycosis: A descriptive survey of a reemerging disease. Clinical characteristics and current controversies.
Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF), a life-threatening tickborne zoonosis caused by Rickettsia rickettsii, is a reemerging disease in Mexico (1,2).
While rabies is no longer a considerable public health threat in the United States and other developed nations, it is being described as a reemerging disease in other parts of the world, with researchers acknowledging that its death toll is probably much higher than today's accepted estimates.
Tuberculosis: a reemerging disease at the interface of domestic animals and wild life.
citizens--as well as foreign governments--have come to rely on the CDC to provide outbreak assistance and public-health information whenever a new or reemerging disease threat is detected anywhere on the globe.
In Bangladesh, it is considered as reemerging disease.
Venezuelan equine encephalitis (VEE) is a reemerging disease in the Amazon region of Peru; subtype ID is the subtype most commonly isolated from humans (1-3).
We cannot tell whether this is an emerging or a reemerging disease, but M.