T Hungsapruek

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A hospital-based case-control study was conducted at Paholpolpayuhasena Hospital, Kanchanaburi, Thailand to investigate social and behavioural factors believed to be associated with malaria occurrence. Data were obtained from 210 malaria and 210 non-malaria patients presenting at the hospital from August to September 1984. All study subjects were(More)
This retrospective case-control study was carefully designed to investigate the principal factors that had effects on malaria occurrence. The findings of this study showed that malaria occurs less frequently among persons who have lived in the area for a long period of time, who have obtained education, who have a sizable annual family income. Malaria(More)
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