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1, A strong immunity to reinfection develops after one year.
2, It is unlikely therefore that reinfection will occur after successful eradication.
3, Please have a routine for not getting reinfection.
4, To avoid reinfection, any sexual partners should be tested and treated too.
5, The dynamics both reinfection and infection rates of Ascaris lumbricoides was observed among 581 school children.
6, Objective To understand the reinfection status of Ascaris lumbricoides after different mass chemotherapy measures were implemented in heavily endemic areas with A.
7, To avoid reinfection, any sexual partners should be treated too.
8, The reinfection represents the infection of leaf lesion on detached stem of oilseed rape.
9, To avoid reinfection, any sexual partners should also be treated.
10, Aim To study the regulation of reinfection with Schistosomia japonicum in population after chemotherapy.
11, Diarrhoea occurs coincident with emergence about a week after primary infection and up to one year after reinfection.
12, However,[http://sentencedict.com/reinfection.html] the nature and severity of the liver injury associated with graft reinfection is variable.
13, More than 95% of cases are self-limited with clearance of virus and immunity to reinfection.
14, I find efficacy diminishes when my egg counts decline, like this man in the study, and reinfection provides relief.
15, If they're infected, they should be treated to avoid reinfection.
16, Limited follow-up to date prevents correlation of SVR with survival, but resolution of viremia is linked to improvement in liver injury and fibrosis and decreased incidence of reinfection.
17, Adoptive transfer of HBV immunity with the liver after vaccination of living liver donors (LLD) could be a new approach to prevent reinfection in the recipients.
18, Acquired immunity relies on the long-term survival of sensitized T and B memory cells, which can proliferate quickly upon reinfection by the same pathogen.
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