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A simple epidemiological model for evaluating the malaria inoculation rate and the risk of infection in infants.
A simple epidemiological model for evaluating the malaria inoculation rate and the risk of infection in infants was applied to describe the disease picture in an area of East Africa. Fairly goodExpand
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The Role of Circulating Glucose and Triglyceride Concentrations and Their Interactions with Other “Risk Factors” as Determinants of Arterial Disease in Nine Diabetic Population Samples from the WHO
In 9 of the 14 national samples of diabetic patients assembled for the WHO Multinational Study of Vascular Disease in Diabetes additional laboratory data made it possible to relate manifestations ofExpand
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The transmission potential of monkeypox virus in human populations.
Data on monkeypox in Zaire over the five years 1980-1984 are analysed to assess the protection imparted by past smallpox vaccination and the transmission potential of the virus in unvaccinatedExpand
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In malaria eradication the residual insecticide exerts upon the mosquito's vectorial capacity a direct insecticidal impact, the order of which may be measured by observing the decrease in theExpand
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Human monkeypox: confusion with chickenpox.
Human monkeypox is a zoonosis occurring sporadically in the tropical rain forest of western and central Africa. The exact incidence and geographical distribution are unknown, since many cases are notExpand
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Hip fracture surgery: Is the pre-operative American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) score a predictor of functional outcome?
Background and aims: Many studies have identified specific demographic, social, health or life-style pre-operative indicators of long-term outcome among older hip fracture patients who underwentExpand
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Human monkeypox: secondary attack rates.
Data on human monkeypox collected in Zaire during the six years 1981-86 were analysed to assess the extent of interhuman transmission of monkeypox virus. Among the 2278 persons who had close contactExpand
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Clinico-epidemiological features of monkeypox patients with an animal or human source of infection.
Clinical and laboratory examinations were carried out on a total of 338 monkeypox patients in Zaire from 1981 to 1986. An animal source of infection was suspected in 245 (72%) and interhumanExpand
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Dispersion studies of Culex pipiens fatigans tagged with 32P in the Kemmendine area of Rangoon, Burma.
The flight range and the dispersion of a vector are important factors when control or eradication measures are being considered and when general biological information is desired. The present work onExpand
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