Mohammad Iqbal Yasinzai

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This study was conducted to investigate the incidence of malarial infections in human population in 37 localities of district Zhob, Balochistan, Pakistan. Malarial parasites were identified in the blood slides of suspected patients of the disease from July, 2004 to June, 2006 and encompassed 7748 subjects. Out of 7748 suspected cases of malaria, 3240(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the prevalence of malarial infections in human population of districts Loralai and Musakhel areas of Pakistan. METHODS Malarial parasites were identified in the blood slides of suspected patients of the disease from July, 2004 to June, 2006, and encompassed 7899 subjects. RESULTS Out of 7899 suspected cases of malaria, 2275 (28.8%)(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the prevalence of malarial infections in human population of district Panjgur in south-western Pakistan. METHODS The cross-sectional study identified malarial parasites in the blood slides of 6119 suspected malaria patients from July 2006 to June 2008 through passive and active case detection methods. SPSS 11 was used for statistical(More)
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