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Synonyms for endemic

Synonyms for endemic

existing, born, or produced in a land or region

Synonyms for endemic

a disease that is constantly present to a greater or lesser degree in people of a certain class or in people living in a particular location

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a plant that is native to a certain limited area

of or relating to a disease (or anything resembling a disease) constantly present to greater or lesser extent in a particular locality


native to or confined to a certain region

originating where it is found

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During 2010-2011, three unrelated coccidioidomycosis cases were identified in south-central Washington, far north of the area of known Coccidioides endemicity (16).
Our aim was to analyze the distributional patterns and to detect areas of richness and endemism in the Sierra Madre Oriental province based on semi-restricted species of leptosporangiate ferns, applying endemism indices to grid-cells, and biogeographic analyses applying a parsimony analysis of endemicity and the panbiogeographic method.
Therefore, the number of cases of HIV infection diagnosed among people of this origin is not unexpected, considering the endemicity of HIV in that region.
Despite high endemicity of both kala azar and malaria in India, Nepal, and elsewhere, concomitant infection of both these parasites is rarely reported these days.
Table 1 Basic Features of Hepatitis B Virus Infection Agent: *hepatitis B virus (a DNA hepadnavirus) Reservoir: *humans (although primates are susceptible) Occurrence: *worldwide with particularly high endemicity in Africa and the Far East Transmission: *vertical (especially in areas of high endemicity) *percutaneous (e.
But once endemicity was established, Argentines ceased to look for a comprehensive solution to periodic outbreaks.
We defined other states with possible coccidioidomycosis endemicity as Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah.
An epidemiological investigation is currently underway to determine the extent of endemicity of human infection in the Eden district.
Because dengue virus is transmitted to human by the bite of infected Aedes mosquito, endemicity or hyper-endemicity of dengue virus requires existence of sufficient vectors (2).
Recommendations for screening for other infections are based on endemicity and risk to special recipient groups.
Even with the projected overall decrease during the forecast period, the prevalence of hepatitis B will continue to remain at the intermediate endemicity level.
Having studied more than 40 years of records, the group was able to establish the major areas of endemicity in France.
The authors report that rainfall patterns were strongly associated with malaria endemicity, invasion, and extinction.