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IMPORTED DISEASES = MALADIES IMPORTÉES
World Health Organization ( 1971 )
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IMPORTED DISEASES = MALADIES IMPORTÉES
World Health Organization ( 1971 )
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IMPORTED FALCIPARUM MALARIA = IMPORTATION DE PALUDISME À FALCIPARUM
World Health Organization ( 1978 )
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Imported human outbreak of trichinellosis, Italy = Flambée de trichinose humaine importée, Italie
World Health Organization ( 2001 )
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IMPORTED HUMAN RABIES 1 = CAS IMPORTÉ DE RAGE HUMAINE 1
World Health Organization ( 1977 )
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IMPORTED INFECTIONS = INFECTIONS IMPORTÉES
World Health Organization ( 1976 )
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IMPORTED INFECTIONS = INFECTIONS IMPORTÉES
World Health Organization ( 1976 )
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IMPORTED INFECTIONS = INFECTIONS IMPORTÉES
World Health Organization ( 1979 )
Imported Lassa fever: a report of 2 cases in Ghana
Agbemaple, Thomas K; Nimo-Paintsil, Shirley C; Bonney, Joseph H K; Abilba, Mark M; Kyei, Nicholas N A; Ohene, Sally-Ann; Kwawu, Foster K; Ampofo, William; Agbenohevi, Prince G; Nyarko, Edward O ( 2015-05-29 )
Abstract

Lassa fever is a potentially fatal acute viral illness caused by Lassa virus which is carried by rodents and is endemic in some West African countries. Importation of emerging infections such as Lassa fever, Ebola Virus Disease and other viral hemorrhagic fevers into non endemic regions is a growing threat particularly as international travel and commitments in resolving conflicts in endemic countries in the West Africa sub-region continue.We report the first two recorded imported cases of Lassa fever among Ghanaian Peace keepers in rural Liberia, who became ill while on Peace keeping mission. They were subsequently evacuated to the UN level IV hospital in Accra, where their illnesses were laboratory confirmed. One of the patients recovered with ribavirin treatment and supportive therapy. No secondary clinical cases occurred in Ghana.Healthcare providers at all levels of care should thus have a high index of suspicion for these infectious diseases and adopt standard infection control measures when treating patients in endemic regions or returning travelers from an endemic region with a febrile illness even of a known etiology.

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IMPORTED LOUSE-BORNE RELAPSING FEVER = CAS IMPORTÉ DE FIÈVRE RÉCURRENTE À POUX
World Health Organization ( 1976 )
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Imported malaria (1985-95) : trends and perspectives / P. Muentener, P. Schlagenhauf and R. Steffen
Muentener, P; Schlagenhauf, P; Steffen, Robert ( 1999 )
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IMPORTED MALARIA = LE PALUDISME IMPORTÉ
World Health Organization ( 1978 )
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IMPORTED MALARIA = LE PALUDISME IMPORTÉ
World Health Organization ( 1977 )
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IMPORTED MALARIA = PALUDISME D’IMPORTATION
World Health Organization ( 1980 )
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IMPORTED MALARIA = PALUDISME EMPORTÉ
World Health Organization ( 1977 )
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IMPORTED MALARIA = PALUDISME IMPORTÉ
World Health Organization ( 1977 )
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IMPORTED MALARIA = PALUDISME IMPORTÉ
World Health Organization ( 1975 )
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IMPORTED MALARIA IN EUROPE = LE PALUDISME IMPORTÉ EN EUROPE
World Health Organization ( 1973 )
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IMPORTED MALARIA IN EUROPE = PALUDISME IMPORTÉ EN EUROPE
World Health Organization ( 1977 )
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IMPORTED PARALYTIC POLIOMYELITIS = POLIOMYÉLITE PARALYTIQUE IMPORTÉE
World Health Organization ( 1987 )
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