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812 Possible Causes for basins, river

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  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    […] shared, soiled clothing and bedlinen should be washed separately from other clothes, at the highest temperature they will tolerate, and toilet seats, flush handles, wash hand basin[] People swimming in rivers are at greater risk of acquiring infection and developing acute gastroenteritis, particularly after rains because the river water gets contaminated[] […] good hygiene and hand washing techniques are at higher risk, as are those who eat under cooked and/or unwashed foods or drink from potentially contaminated fluid sources (rivers[]

  • Influenza

    Discussion We have characterized a new influenza virus from a flat-faced fruit bat ( Artibeus planirostris ) in the Amazon River basin in northern Peru.[] Conversely, Chicago, Fall River, and Minneapolis are the cities most frequently in the bottom six in a ranking of estimated effectiveness (comparing across model variants)[] […] bats from at least 18 different species were captured from Truenococha and Santa Marta, two communities in the Loreto Department of Peru at the edge of the Amazon River basin[]

  • Schistosoma Mekongi

    S mekongi is endemic in countries along the lower Mekong River basin (Laos, Thailand, and Kampuchea), where its intermediate snail hosts (Lithoglyphopsis aperta) are found[] […] in longevity of cercariae and miracidia and their diffusion in the river.[] Schistosomiasis was first reported in the Mekong river basin region in 1957.[]

  • Paragonimus Uterobilateralis

    Abstract Prevalence and intensity of paragonimiasis among inhabitants of the Yakurr Local Government Area in the Cross River basin of Nigeria is reported.[] The hosts were wide spread along Cross River tributaries suggesting the possibility of infection along the course of the river.[] Abstract A clinical field trial of praziquantel was carried out on patients infected with Paragonimus uterobilateralis in the Igwun Basin, Nigeria. 332 patients were subjected[]

  • Skin Infection

    If child : toilet pan, cistern, water supply, drainage, bathroom basin and hot and cold taps are all functioning. 2.[] Abstract Traumatic abrasions on human extremities as a result of direct contact with sea, lake, river, or aquarium animals or from traumatic injuries sustained in seawater[] Disease Control and Prevention) Necrotizing Fasciitis: A Rare Disease, Especially for the Healthy (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) Also in Spanish Onchocerciasis (River[]

  • Sinusitis

    As an alternative, steam may be inhaled over a basin of hot water or shower.[] Rocky Mountain spotted fever is a tickborne disease first recognized in 1896 in the Snake River Valley of Idaho.[]

  • Pneumonia

    Histoplasmosis is most common in the Mississippi River basin, and coccidioidomycosis is most common in the Southwestern United States.[] Harrison later fought in the Battle of the Thames River during the War of 1812 .[] Histoplasmosis: The Histoplasma capsulatum fungus is found in the Ohio and Mississippi River valleys and is spread through soil that's contaminated by bird and bat droppings[]

  • Onchocerciasis

    The same trend was seen with nodule prevalence between the drainage basins.[] Full story River blindness: shifting from prevention to surveillance and elimination Woman washing clothes by a river while black flies whizz around her, Salambongo village[] CONCLUSIONS/SIGNIFICANCE: In the northern and central river basins in Togo, interruption of O. volvulus transmission has not yet been attained.[]

  • Metagonimus Yokogawai

    However, there were no recent studies demonstrating how much change occurred in the endemicity, in terms of prevalence and worm burden, of metagonimiasis in this river basin[] An epidemiological investigation along Tamjin River basin, South Cholla Do, Korea. Korean J Parasitol 1977;15: 115-120. 4.[] Original Article Epidemiological study on Metagonimus yokogawai infection along Boseong River in Jeonra Nam Do, Korea Chin-Thack Soh and Yung-Kyum Ahn Institute of Tropical[]

  • Malignant Neoplasm

    . , References , The Hudson River Basin , 10.1016/B978-0-12-588402-0.50018-4 , (369-387) , (1979) .[] Rivers, Mitul V. Patel, Javier F. Torres-Roca, Randy V. Heysek, Philippe Spiess, Julio Pow-Sang, Paul B. Jacobsen and Clement K.[] Animals such as whales, for example, with 1,000 times more cells than humans do not usually exhibit an increased cancer risk, except perhaps beluga whales in rivers heavily[]

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