N. Nahounou

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1993 (2). Cases of peripheral neuropathy have been part of both epidemics (1,2). Both epidemics occurred in nutritionally deficient populations (1,3). Dolin et al. state that the cause of the Tanzanian epidemic is unknown and probably difficult to establish; however, we believe findings from the Cuban epidemic could be used to study the etiology of this and(More)
In vivo testing of Plasmodium falciparum sensitivity to chloroquine was carried out in four rural sites of differing socio-geographical environment in Côte d'Ivoire. Of a total of 1282 patients of all ages with fever or previous history of fever, 649 were slide positive, with 435 patients with a pure P. falciparum infection; 191 fulfilled all the criteria(More)
Lassa fever is an African viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF) known to be endemic in a number of West African countries including Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea. Despite having common borders with Liberia and Guinea, Côte d'Ivoire has never reported any cases of Lassa fever. In March 2000, as part of a research project on VHF--mainly yellow fever,(More)
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