"Endemic Diseases". www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. Retrieved 2017-11-07. Stich, August; Oster, N.; Abdel-Aziz, I.Z.; Stieglbauer, G.; ... Therefore, holoendemic diseases differ from hyperendemic diseases, of which symptoms are expressed equally by members across ... Notes: "Although the prevalence of active disease is similar for boys and girls, adult women tend to have more active disease ... A disease is holoendemic when essentially every individual in a population is infected. Although the infection is ubiquitous, ...
... endemic diseases; and bioterrorism, dual-use research of concern, and concerns over gain-of-function research, where modifying ... Perry, Susan (10 April 2017). "Why we can't be complacent about the threat of infectious disease: a Q&A with Michael Osterholm ... Adalja, A. A. (1 January 2018). "Deadliest Enemy: Our War against Killer Germs". Emerging Infectious Diseases. 24 (1): 185. doi ... Howard, Sarah (13 March 2017). "Detecting Infectious Diseases". School of Public Health, University of Minnesota. Retrieved 7 ...
Bejel, or endemic syphilis, is a chronic skin and tissue disease caused by infection by the endemicum subspecies of the ... Pinta (disease) Syphilis Yaws Mitjà O, Šmajs D, Bassat Q (2013). "Advances in the diagnosis of endemic treponematoses: yaws, ... Marks M, Solomon AW, Mabey DC (October 2014). "Endemic treponemal diseases". Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical ... Bejel is one of the "endemic treponematoses" (endemic infections caused by spiral-shaped bacteria called treponemes), a group ...
Marks M, Solomon AW, Mabey DC (October 2014). "Endemic treponemal diseases". Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical ... "Syphilis- CDC Fact Sheet." Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. May. 2004. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 7 ... is a spirochaete bacterium with various subspecies that cause the diseases syphilis, bejel (also known as endemic syphilis), ... Disease transmittance in subspecies T. p. endemicum and T. p. pertenue is considered non-venereal. T. p. pallidum is the most ...
Marks M, Solomon AW, Mabey DC (October 2014). "Endemic treponemal diseases". Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical ... Treponematosis is a term used to individually describe any of the diseases caused by four members of the bacterial genus ... The four diseases are collectively referred to as treponematoses: Syphilis (Treponema pallidum pallidum) Yaws (Treponema ... Mitjà O, Šmajs D, Bassat Q (2013). "Advances in the diagnosis of endemic treponematoses: yaws, bejel, and pinta". PLOS ...
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Institute of Endemic Diseases. Meta Gene. van Oven, M; Kayser, M; et al. (2009). "Updated comprehensive phylogenetic tree of ... 2005). "Mitochondrial DNA haplogroup K is associated with a lower risk of Parkinson's disease in Italians". European Journal of ... OF GENETIC DATA WITHIN AN INTERDISCIPLINARY FRAMEWORK TO INVESTIGATE RECENT HUMAN EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY AND COMPLEX DISEASE" ( ...
The vaccine used in sheep to prevent orf is live and has been known to cause disease in humans. The disease is endemic in ... Orf is primarily a disease of sheep and goats although it has been reported as a natural disease in humans, steenbok and ... Viral diseases". Andrews' Diseases of the Skin: Clinical Dermatology (13th ed.). Edinburgh: Elsevier. p. 389. ISBN 978-0-323- ... Sheep and goat diseases, Chordopoxvirinae, Animal viral diseases, Virus-related cutaneous conditions). ...
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Endemic diseases became epidemic in scale. Genetic mutations developed that provided increased resistance to disease, such as ... 2006). "Disease in West African History". Themes in West Africa's history. Athens, Ohio [u.a.]: Ohio Univ. Press [u.a.] pp. 186 ... AIDS was at first considered a disease of gay men and drug addicts, but in Africa it took off among the general population. As ... "Ebola Viral Disease Outbreak - West Africa, 2014". CDC. 27 June 2014. Retrieved 26 June 2014. "CDC urges all US residents to ...
Disease was endemic; attempts to convert the local Muslim population to Catholicism were rejected; and in less than a year, on ...
Disease was endemic; attempts to convert the local Muslim population to Catholicism were rejected; and in less than a year, on ... "cattle are rarely afflicted with diseases". The name "American Catholic Church" was used to identify more than one unique ...
... notably from the public sector in neglected-disease-endemic countries - the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation from Brazil, the Indian ... Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative WHO Tropical Disease Research Global Antibiotic Research & Development Partnership ( ... Neglected tropical diseases Fexinidazole Artemisinin Quinine Nature Outlook Chagas Disease supplement. Nature Supplement, 2010 ... DNDi works with partners in disease-endemic countries to strengthen existing clinical research capacity and build new capacity ...
The disease is endemic to Mexico, Central America, and South America. Pinta, the least severe of treponemal infections being ... Pinta (also known as azul, carate, empeines, lota, mal del pinto, and tina) is a human skin disease caused by infection with ... These generally resolve, but a proportion of people with pinta will go on to develop late-stage disease, characterised by ... It is related to the more well-known T. pallidum, which can cause endemic syphilis.[citation needed] Diagnosis is usually ...
Bacteremia and rheumatic symptoms in patients from lyme disease-endemic region". Emerging Infectious Diseases. 18 (11): 1918- ... Diseases and Conditions. Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic Staff. "Lyme disease: Treatments and drugs". MayoClinic.com. Diseases and ... Arbovirus Climate change and infectious diseases List of diseases spread by invertebrates List of insect-borne diseases ... "Tick-Borne Diseases". cdc.gov. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: National Institute for Occupational Safety and ...
Eliminated diseases can often be re-imported without additional endemic cases. Although no fixed rule always applies, many ... Eradicated diseases, Health campaigns, Lists of diseases, Diseases and disorders in the United States). ... Various public health projects are going on, with a goal of eliminating diseases from the country. Several infectious diseases ... "Smallpox Fact Sheet: Smallpox Disease Overview". Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Archived from the original on 2013 ...
Endemic diseases were numerous: typhus, leprosy and ophthalmia. The suspicions of colonial powers also hindered their research ...
Afro-Egyptian Journal of Infectious and Endemic Diseases. 6 (2): 112-119. doi:10.21608/aeji.2018.9950. ISSN 2090-7184. S2CID ... The gut microbiota have been studied in relation to allergic airway disease, obesity, gastrointestinal diseases and diabetes. ... But also other mucoide tissues as lung and vagina have been studied in relation to diseases such as asthma, allergy and ... Rosenberg E, Koren O, Reshef L, Efrony R, Zilber-Rosenberg I (2007). "The role of microorganisms in coral health, disease and ...
1953: Domestic poultry diseases now endemic in jungle. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 51(3):747-748. with Salim Ali (1956): Game ...
1 and Severity of Liver Disease in Patients with Liver Cirrhosis". Afro-Egyptian Journal of Infectious and Endemic Diseases. 11 ... Rare diseases characterized by inability to make or respond to IGF-1 produce a distinctive type of growth failure. One such ... Melnik BC, John SM, Schmitz G (June 2011). "Over-stimulation of insulin/IGF-1 signaling by western diet may promote diseases of ... The FDA has grouped these diseases into a disorder called severe primary IGF deficiency. Patients with severe primary IGFD ...
... rather than regional endemic disease. This hypothesis is supported by the fact that only three mummies in that period had ... He was thought to be one of the earliest known victims of the disease. While a 2016 discovery has found that the shared ...
Venereal disease had become endemic. John MacQueen retired in 1946. Birth certificate Killearnan, Ross, Scotland GROS data 068/ ... This campaign was successful but in 1944 the disease re-appeared killing eleven people in Haifa and spreading up and down ... Leprosy was disappearing, and there were vaccines for the other infectious diseases found in Palestine: rabies, cholera and ... Provision for control of tuberculosis was "still lacking", accommodation for those with mental diseases was "still inadequate ...
The disease is endemic among cows, buffalo, sheep, and goats in India. A 2012 paper which reported two human infections urged ... Chagas disease is not a problem in India. Chagas disease, like African trypanosomiasis, has a Trypanosoma parasite as its cause ... Neglected tropical diseases in India occur in areas of both urban and rural poverty. The neglected tropical diseases which ... The neglected tropical diseases are diseases of poverty and poverty reduction in society will reduce them.[citation needed] ...
Shi, Y; Yang, W; Tang, X; Yan, Q; Cai, X; Wu, F (2021). "Keshan Disease: A Potentially Fatal Endemic Cardiomyopathy in Remote ... The disease peaked in 1960-1970, killing thousands of people. Often fatal, the disease affects children and women of child- ... Keshan disease can also lead to higher rates of cancer, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and strokes. In addition, an ... Keshan disease is a congestive cardiomyopathy caused by a combination of dietary deficiency of selenium and the presence of a ...
Effective cures were developed for certain endemic infectious diseases. However, the decline in many of the most lethal ... was thought to explain the cause of disease but it was gradually replaced by the germ theory of disease, leading to effective ... as the pathogen of the deadly disease anthrax. Others dismissed "bacteridia" as a mere byproduct of the disease. British ... an important diagnostic sign in chronic suppurative lung disease, lung cancer and cyanotic heart disease. For this reason, ...
Her research considers the endemic diseases of farmed livestock. She has investigated infectious diseases in cattle including ... She returned to the University of Bristol for her doctorate, where she studied the diseases of lambs in early lambing flocks. ... A prospective longitudinal study of diseases of lambs in early lambing (housed) flocks. jisc.ac.uk (PhD thesis). University of ...
Diseases endemic to Bombali are Yellow Fever and Malaria. Holy Spirit Hospital (Makeni), largest private hospital in the ...
Diseases endemic to Makeni are yellow fever and malaria. Healthcare in Makeni is provided by a mix of government, private and ...
Endemic problems include overpopulation and diseases such as tuberculosis. The informal settlement was squatted in the 1940s or ... ISBN 978-92-1-132626-0. "LIBERIA: Disease rife as more people squeeze into fewer toilets", IRIN News, 19 November 2009. Onishi ...