Age trends in asymptomatic and symptomatic Leishmania donovani infection in the Indian subcontinent: A review and analysis of data from diagnostic and epidemiological studies

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Chagas disease 2 infectiousdiseases
cutaneous leishmaniasis 2 infectiousdiseases
malaria 2 infectiousdiseases
rubella 1 infectiousdiseases
visceral leishmaniasis 5 infectiousdiseases

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Chagas disease 6650 been used successfully for other vector-borne diseases, such as malaria [[5]–[7]], dengue [[8]] and Chagas disease [[9]–[11]], However, it is unclear whether it would be effective for VL surveillance with currently
Chagas disease 12666 age-dependent. Catalytic models have been used in meta-analyses for a number of diseases, including Chagas disease [[11]], malaria [[6]], varicella [[42]] and congenital rubella syndrome [[43]], to assess changes in
cutaneous leishmaniasis 13572 studies relevant to VL in the Indian sub-continent were included in the review. Any studies referring to cutaneous leishmaniasis , muco-cutaneous leishmaniasis or conducted in another geographical area were omitted.The identified
cutaneous leishmaniasis 13602 Indian sub-continent were included in the review. Any studies referring to cutaneous leishmaniasis, muco- cutaneous leishmaniasis or conducted in another geographical area were omitted.The identified articles were subsequently screened
malaria 6612 diagnostic tests [[4]]. This approach has been used successfully for other vector-borne diseases, such as malaria [[5]–[7]], dengue [[8]] and Chagas disease [[9]–[11]], However, it is unclear whether it would be
malaria 12689 Catalytic models have been used in meta-analyses for a number of diseases, including Chagas disease [[11]], malaria [[6]], varicella [[42]] and congenital rubella syndrome [[43]], to assess changes in transmission levels
rubella 12736 number of diseases, including Chagas disease [[11]], malaria [[6]], varicella [[42]] and congenital rubella syndrome [[43]], to assess changes in transmission levels and identify shifts in infection prevalence
visceral leishmaniasis 2135 patterns in asymptomatic and symptomatic infection with Leishmania donovani, the causative agent of visceral leishmaniasis (VL) in the Indian subcontinent (ISC), are currently poorly understood. Age-stratified serology and
visceral leishmaniasis 4618 about drivers of variation in observed age patterns.SummaryAuthor summaryAs the elimination target for visceral leishmaniasis (VL) in the Indian subcontinent (<1 case/10,000 people/year) is approached, there is a growing need
visceral leishmaniasis 6048 files.IntroductionThe Indian subcontinent (ISC) appears to be on course to reach the target of elimination of visceral leishmaniasis (VL) as a public health problem (less than 1 case/10,000 people/year at sub-district level) in most
visceral leishmaniasis 13354 addition to the PubMed search, the bibliographies of five reviews [[4],[27],[44]–[46]] relevant to visceral leishmaniasis incidence/infection prevalence were analysed for references eligible for this study. Only studies relevant
visceral leishmaniasis 29316 Mymensingh district, Bangladesh, between 1999 and 2004.10.1371/journal.pntd.0006803.g002Fig 2Age-specific visceral leishmaniasis incidence (cases per 1000 individuals per year) in different studies in the Indian subcontinent.There

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