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Indian Schistosomes: A Need for Further Investigations
India is uniquely positioned with regard to schistosomes and schistosomiasis—discovering seven new mammalian species with the existence of three more schistosome species: OrientobilharziaExpand
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Sexually transmitted infections in tribal populations of central India
This community-based cross-sectional study was carried out in 17 tribal villages of the Kundam block of the Jabalpur district of India. Individuals with sexually transmitted disease (STD) syndromesExpand
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Sub-national TB prevalence surveys in India, 2006-2012: Results of uniformly conducted data analysis
Setting Community based tuberculosis (TB) prevalence surveys in ten sites across India during 2006–2012 Objective To re-analyze data of recent sub-national surveys using uniform statistical methodsExpand
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Prevalence of sexually transmitted disease syndromes in tribal population of central India
Background: A syndromic approach has been advocated for identification and management of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in countries where diagnostic laboratory tests are not consistentlyExpand
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Is bleach-sedimented smear microscopy an alternative to direct microscopy under programme conditions in India?
This cross-sectional multi-centric study compared the yield of and potential benefit for detecting smear-positive pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) by bleach sedimentation (2% sodium-hypochlorite) versusExpand
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Some facts on south asian schistosomiasis and need for international collaboration.
In this review, we are discussing South Asian schistosomiasis; more specifically species which are responsible for schistosomiasis in India or South Asia -Schistosoma indicum, S. spindale, S. nasale,Expand
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Viral hepatitis amongst Saharia: a primitive tribe of Madhya Pradesh
Methods A cross sectional study was carried out to determine the point prevalence of different hepatitis viruses amongst Saharia primitive tribal community of Madhya Pradesh, central India. AfterExpand
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EXPLORING KNOWLEDGE AND HEALTH-SEEKING BEHAVIOUR RELATED TO SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS AMONG THE TRIBAL POPULATION OF MADHYA PRADESH, CENTRAL INDIA
Summary This community-based cross-sectional study was carried out in the tribal population of randomly selected villages of Jabalpur district, Madhya Pradesh, central India. A total of 200 marriedExpand
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