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A malaria outbreak due to Plasmodium malariae on the Island of Grenada

, : A malaria outbreak due to Plasmodium malariae on the Island of Grenada. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 29(5): 715-719

An outbreak of P. malariae malaria occurred in Grenada 16 yr after the end of a malaria eradication campaign, probably due to renewal of transmission from recrudescent cases. Serological studies were used in addition to blood film surveys in defining the outbreak, and their value in such surveillance situations is emphasized.


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