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To Eradicate Malaria on the Korean Peninsula, Accurate Democratic People's Republic of Korea Malaria Statistics Are Needed

Yeom JS

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Malaria Incidence of the Regions Adjacent to the Demilitarized Zone in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, 2004–2016

Kim JH, Lim AY, Cheong HK

BACKGROUND: Vivax malaria reemerged in the Korean peninsula in 1990s beginning from the western border area and spread across both Koreas rapidly with its peak incidences reported on the early...
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Determinants of Compliance of Travelers with Vaccination and Malaria Prophylaxis at a Travel Clinic

Kwon HY, Lee H, Im JH, Park SG, Lee YJ, Baek JH, Lee JS

BACKGROUND: Pre-travel medical consultation is essential to reduce health impairment during travel. Yellow fever vaccination (YFV) is mandatory to enter some endemic countries. In this study, we evaluated the factors...
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A Case of False-negative Malaria Rapid Diagnostic Test Induced by Treatment with Doxycycline

Lim JH, Baek EJ

Rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) for malaria using antibodies against pan-Plasmodium antigen lactate dehydrogenase (pLDH) are commonly used for malaria diagnosis. The level of malaria parasitemia determined by peripheral blood smears...
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Malaria Prevalence in a Low Transmission Area, Jazan District of Southwestern Saudi Arabia

Hawash Y, Ismail K, Alsharif K, Alsanie W

Detailed description of malaria in low transmission areas is crucial for elimination. The current study aimed to provide a comprehensive description for malaria transmission in Jazan, a low transmission district,...
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Occupationally Acquired Plasmodium knowlesi Malaria in Brunei Darussalam

Koh GJ, Ismail PK, Koh D

Simian malaria is a zoonotic disease caused by Plasmodium knowlesi infection. The common natural reservoir of the parasite is the macaque monkey and the vector is the Anopheles mosquito. Human...
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Patterns and trends of malaria in 25 risk districts of Nepal from 2001 to 2017

Gautam N, Kakchapati S, Shrestha S, Wanishsakpong W

PURPOSE: Malaria has been one of a major infectious parasitic disease in Nepal. Although the number of cases is gradually getting declined since last decade. Therefore, study aims to identify...
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Malaria Risk Factors in Kaligesing, Purworejo District, Central Java Province, Indonesia: A Case-control Study

Cahyaningrum P, Sulistyawati S

OBJECTIVES: Malaria remains a public health concern worldwide, including Indonesia. Purworejo is a district in which endemic of malaria, they have re-setup to entering malaria elimination in 2021. Accordingly, actions...
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The Effect of ABO Blood Groups, Hemoglobinopathy, and Heme Oxygenase-1 Polymorphisms on Malaria Susceptibility and Severity

Kuesap J, Na-Bangchang K

Malaria is one of the most important public health problems in tropical areas on the globe. Several factors are associated with susceptibility to malaria and disease severity, including innate immunity...
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Cost-Benefit Analysis of Malaria Chemoprophylaxis and Early Diagnosis for Korean Soldiers in Malaria Risk Regions

Kim HS, Kang G, Lee S, Yoon CG, Kim M

BACKGROUND: Chemoprophylaxis has been used to prevent malaria among soldiers and secondary transmission, as it effectively facilitates a decline in disease occurrence and secondary prevention. However, poor compliance and decreased...
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An Alternative Method for Extracting Plasmodium DNA from EDTA Whole Blood for Malaria Diagnosis

Seesui K, Imtawil K, Chanetmahun P, Laummaunwai P, Boonmars T

Molecular techniques have been introduced for malaria diagnosis because they offer greater sensitivity and specificity than microscopic examinations. Therefore, DNA isolation methods have been developed for easy preparation and cost...
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An Evaluation of Active Case Detection in Malaria Control Program in Kiyuni Parish of Kyankwanzi District, Uganda

Bahk YY, Cho PY, Ahn SK, Lee WJ, Kim TS, Working Groups in ChildFund Korea, Uganda

Malaria remains one of the leading health burdens in the developing world, especially in several sub-Saharan Africa countries; and Uganda has some of the highest recorded measures of malaria transmission...
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Genetic Diversity of Plasmodium vivax Causing Epidemic Malaria in the Republic of Korea

Bahk YY, Kim J, Ahn SK, Na BK, Chai JY, Kim TS

Plasmodium vivax is more challenging to control and eliminate than P. falciparum due to its more asymptomatic infections with low parasite densities making diagnosis more difficult, in addition to its...
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Comparative Assessment of Diagnostic Performances of Two Commercial Rapid Diagnostic Test Kits for Detection of Plasmodium spp. in Ugandan Patients with Malaria

Bahk YY, Park SH, Lee W, Jin K, Ahn SK, Na BK, Kim TS

Prompt diagnosis of malaria cases with rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) has been widely adopted as an effective malaria diagnostic tool in many malaria endemic countries, primarily due to their easy...
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Blackwater Fever Followed by Severe Falciparum Malaria in a Child

Yang SI, Choe YJ, Lee HJ, Choi EH

Blackwater fever is a serious clinical syndrome manifested by acute intravascular hemolysis, fever, and the passage of black or red urine, which is classically associated with falciparum malaria and irregular...
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Current Status of Standard Diagnostics and Treatment for Malaria, Tuberculosis, and Hepatitis in Myanmar

Han ET, Lee JS, Cheong JH, Chang CL, Nyunt MH, Aung WW, Kyaw YY, Thant KZ

Malaria, tuberculosis, and hepatitis are common and notorious infectious diseases in Myanmar. Despite intensive efforts to control these diseases, their prevalence remains high. For malaria, which is a vector-borne disease,...
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Population Genetics of Plasmodium vivax in Four High Malaria Endemic Areas in Thailand

Congpuong , Ubalee R

Recent trends of malaria in Thailand illustrate an increasing proportion of Plasmodium vivax, indicating the importance of P. vivax as a major causative agent of malaria. P. vivax malaria is...
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Characteristics of Imported Malaria and Species of Plasmodium Involved in Shandong Province, China (2012-2014)

Xu C, Wei QK, Li J, Xiao T, Yin K, Zhao CL, Wang YB, Kong XL, Zhao GH, Sun H, Liu X, Huang BC

Malaria remains a serious public health problem in Shandong Province, China; therefore, it is important to explore the characteristics of the current malaria prevalence situation in the province. In this...
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Impact of Irrigation Extension on Malaria Transmission in Simret, Tigray, Ethiopia

Chung B

Poor subsistence farmers who live in a semi-arid area of northern Ethiopia build irrigation systems to overcome water shortages. However, there is a high risk of malaria transmission when increased...
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Imported Malaria over Fifteen Years in an Inner City Teaching Hospital of Washington DC

Yeruva SL, Sinha A, Sarraf-Yazdy M, Gajjala J

As endemic malaria is not commonly seen in the United States, most of the cases diagnosed and reported are associated with travel to and from the endemic places of malaria....
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