hyperendemic


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hyperendemic

(ˌhaɪpərɛnˈdɛmɪk)
adj
1. (Medicine) manifesting a high and persistent occurrence
2. (Medicine) characterized by hyperendemic disease
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Spatial analysis spotlighting early childhood leprosy transmission in a hyperendemic municipality of the Brazilian Amazon region.
Gender-based violence and HIV: Relevance for HIV prevention in hyperendemic countries of southern Africa.
The Aland Islands is a hyperendemic region for LB with the average annual incidence of 1,597/100,000 population during 2010-2014, with an increasing trend (p<0.
Widespread nasal carriage of Mycobacterium leprae among a healthy population in a hyperendemic region of northeastern Brazil.
However, vaccination is not recommended for individuals who travel or live in countries where meningococcal disease is hyperendemic or epidemic, as the disease in these countries is generally not known to be caused by serogroup B.
Some parts of Serbia and Montenegro are hyperendemic areas for dirofilariasis in dogs (about 60% of dogs are infected) caused by D.
MenB vaccine is not recommended for persons who travel to or reside in countries where meningococcal disease is hyperendemic or epidemic because the risk for meningococcal disease in these countries generally is not caused by serogroup B.
This hyperendemic region for hydatidosis has several factors favouring the parasitic cycle: temperate climate allowing the longevity of embryophores and patient location at a large sheep farm, the main hosts of the parasite in Tunisia.
Detection of all four dengue serotypes in India has now rendered the India hyperendemic.
A study was conducted from January 2011 to January 2012 to introduce a new alternative rodenticide to control the reservoirs of ZCL in hyperendemic focus of Esfahan.