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Dengue fever in U.S. troops during Operation Restore Hope, Somalia, 1992-1993.
Dengue fever (DF) was considered to be a potential cause of febrile illness in U.S. troops deployed to Somalia during Operation Restore Hope in 1992-1993. A prospective study of hospitalized troopsExpand
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Diarrheal disease incidence and morbidity among United States military personnel during short-term missions overseas.
Outpatient medical surveillance of U.S. troops was conducted during 11 different overseas missions between 1981 and 1990. In addition, at the end of each of 18 overseas missions during the sameExpand
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Treatment of traveler's diarrhea with ciprofloxacin and loperamide.
To determine the efficacy of loperamide given with long- and short-course quinolone therapy for treating traveler's diarrhea, 142 US military personnel were randomized to receive a single 750-mg doseExpand
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Seroepidemiology of infections due to spotted fever group rickettsiae and Ehrlichia species in military personnel exposed in areas of the United States where such infections are endemic.
A prospective, seroepidemiologic study of spotted fever group rickettsiae (SFGR) and Ehrlichia infections was done among 1194 US military personnel exposed in a heavily tick-infested area of ArkansasExpand
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Comparative mortality among US military personnel in the Persian Gulf region and worldwide during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
OBJECTIVE To determine cause-specific mortality rates among US troops stationed in the Persian Gulf region and compare them with those of US troops serving elsewhere during Operations Desert ShieldExpand
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Dengue fever in US military personnel in Haiti.
OBJECTIVE To describe clinical manifestations and public health implications of an outbreak of dengue fever (DF) during Operation Uphold Democracy, Haiti, 1994. DESIGN Consecutive sample. SETTINGExpand
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Antibody to a cDNA-derived calreticulin protein from Amblyomma americanum as a biomarker of tick exposure in humans.
The antibody responses of human and animal hosts were studied to determine the utility of antibody against recombinant tick calreticulin (rTC), a cDNA-derived protein isolated from salivary glands ofExpand
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Investigation of a Suspected Outbreak of an Unknown Disease among Veterans of Operation Desert Shield/Storm. 123d Army Reserve Command, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, April 1992.
Abstract : In April 1992, a multidisciplinary medical team evaluated symptoms reported by 79 members of the 123rd Army Reserve Command who had served in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm.Expand
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Characterizing the relationship between tick bites and Lyme disease in active component U.S. Armed Forces in the eastern United States.
Lyme disease (LD) is the most commonly diagnosed vector-borne illness in the U.S. Analysis of ticks that are removed from patients (rather than collected from the environment) may inform LDExpand
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