Publications

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Epidemiological patterns of scurvy among Ethiopian refugees.

Abstract

In the Horn of Africa, scurvy is a serious public health problem for refugees who are dependent on standard relief food (cereals, legumes, and oil).

Authors: Desenclos JC Berry AM Padt R Farah B Segala C Nabil AM
Journal Reference: Bulletin of the World Health Organization 1989 ; 67(3); 309-16. doi: . Epub 1989 09 27
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Clinical, microbiological and antibiotic susceptibility patterns of diarrhoea in Korem, Ethiopia.

Abstract

Two hundred patients with diarrhoea in a rehabilitation camp in Ethiopia were studied in October 1985 to determine the presence of pathogens in the stool and their susceptibility to antibiotics.

Authors: Desenclos JC Zergabachew A Desmoulins B Chouteau L Desve G Admassu M
Journal Reference: The Journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 1988 Dec ; 91(6); 296-301. doi: . Epub 1989 01 30
Africa Africa South Of The Sahara Age Factors Antibiotics--contraindications Bacterial And Fungal Diseases Biology Child Demographic Factors Developing Countries Diarrhea, Infantile--etiology Diarrhea--etiology Diseases Drugs Eastern Africa Ethiopia Gastrointestinal Effects Incidence Infections Measurement Migrants Migration Physiology Population Population Characteristics Population Dynamics Refugees Research Methodology Sampling Studies Studies Surveys Treatment Youth
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Clinical presentation of louse-borne relapsing fever among Ethiopian refugees in northern Somalia.

Abstract

Louse-borne relapsing fever (LBRF) is still endemic among Ethiopian populations. In order to assess the clinical presentation of LBRF in an Ethiopian refugee camp in northern Somalia, a referral system was organized for all pyrexias of unknown origin.

Authors: Brown V Larouze B Desve G Rousset JJ Thibon M Fourrier A Schwoebel V
Journal Reference: Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology 1988 Oct ; 82(5); 499-502. doi: . Epub 1989 10 20