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1. The experts are now predicting dengue fever will be showing up here soon.
2. The pattern of reaction with dengue and yellow-fever antigen, respectively, made yellow fever the most likely diagnosis.
3. Patients were serologically screened for yellow fever, dengue, hepatitis A and B,(sentencedict.com/dengue.html) and leptospirosis.
4. Most people who contract haemorrhagic dengue have previously been infected with the milder form of the disease.
5. Dengue, a mosquito-borne viral infection, causes severe flu-like symptoms, but can develop into potentially deadly haemorrhagic fever.
6. It is the major media for malaria and dengue fever.
7. Mosquitoes can also spread West Nile virus, dengue fever, yellow fever and other illnesses.
8. Dengue victims sometimes develop bleeding. This is dengue hemorrhagic hemorrhagic fever.
9. Tropical diseases such as malaria, dengue fever, and yellow fever are reaching temperate regions, and ragweed and poison ivy thrive in the hothouse world.
10. Dengue is spread through the bite of infected mosquitosmosquitoes.
11. To identify one suspected case infected by dengue virus ( DV ) found in 2006 in Fujian.
12. They displayed the location of dengue cases and areas at high risk of exposure to the virus, in relation to each city's infrastructure.
13. Dengue hemorrhagic fever is a crucial infection disease.
14. Dengue can be carried by the Aedes albopictus or Asian tiger mosquito -- first seen in 1985 in the United States -- as well as the more common Aedes aegypti species.
15. Children learn the risk of dengue fever and Japanese encephalitis at Anti - Mosquito Campaign exhibition.
16. Chikungunya fever is a dengue fever-like illness characterized by 2-5 days of sudden-onset high fever and chills, and a petechial or maculopapular rash, mainly on the trunk.
17. The conditions are ripe for outbreaks of dengue to ravage parts of this region time and time again.
18. Today, mosquito-borne diseases – such as malaria and dengue fever – are major health problems in the developing world.
19. Dengue fever, spread by the Aedes aegypti mosquito, is common in Asia and Latin America.
20. They had established a running diagnosis of Rift Valley fever, dengue or the dreaded Ebola.
21. Each year an estimated half - million people with dengue hemorrhagic fever require hospital treatment.
22. The report says climate change could also increase the prevalence of dengue fever.
23. And they may experience pain in joints such as the elbow or knee. This kind of joint pain is the reason why dengue fever is sometimes known as breakbone fever.
24. Methods MTT assay and observation of cytopathic effect (CPE) were carried out to determine the cytotoxicity of Alternanthera philoxeroides Griseb on C6/36 cell lines and its effects on dengue virus.
25. Defending Olympic badminton champion Taufik Hidayat of Indonesia has been hospitalized with dengue fever and it is uncertain whether he will defend his title at the Beijing Games.
26. Conclusion The isolated virus from Guangzhou, Guangdong province in 2003 is belong to dengue virus type 1, and there may be a plague spot in Guangdong.
27. Most commonly, the mosquitoes involved are Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, two species which can also transmit other mosquito-borne viruses, including dengue.
28. The coastal mountain ranges of Costa Rica had long confined dengue fever, a mosquito born disease accompanied by incapacitating bone pain, to the country's Pacific shore.
29. Most of the 40 kinds of viruses are arthropod-borne ones, including important pathogens to humans, such as dengue, Japanese encephalitis, yellow fever and tick-borne encephalitis viruses.
30. The researchers looked at two cities in southeast Mexico, Merida and Chetumal, tracking the spread of dengue virus.
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