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Visceral leishmaniasis in southern Sudan.

Abstract

Reports made by Médecins Sans Frontières in Khartoum on an outbreak of visceral leishmaniasis among displaced people from the western Upper Nile prompted an investigation at Ler Hospital, the second largest in the region.

Auteurs: Perea WA Ancelle T Moren A Nagelkerke M Sondorp E
Référence de l'article: Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene ; 85(1); 48-53. doi: . Epub 1991 08 13
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Auteurs: Moren A Lemoult D Brodel A
Référence de l'article: Lancet (London, England) 1990 Jun 09; 335(8702); 1403-4. doi: . Epub 1990 07 05
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Mortality trends among refugees in Honduras, 1984-1987.

Abstract

Mortality data collected from 1984 to 1987 through a routine standardized health information system in the five main refugee populations of Honduras were reviewed.

Auteurs: Desenclos JC Michel D Tholly F Magdi I Pecoul B Desve G
Référence de l'article: International journal of epidemiology 1990 Jun ; 19(2); 367-73. doi: . Epub 1990 09 05
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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).

Auteurs: Desenclos JC Berry AM Padt R Farah B Segala C Nabil AM
Référence de l'article: 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.

Auteurs: Desenclos JC Zergabachew A Desmoulins B Chouteau L Desve G Admassu M
Référence de l'article: 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.

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