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Dengue

Dengue

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Dengue infection continues to spread in subtropical and tropical world and causes several deaths, in spite our best efforts we are no able to control the Mosquito's United efforts of science and medicine has a greater say in control of Dengue infections.
Dengue infection continues to spread in subtropical and tropical world and causes several deaths, in spite our best efforts we are no able to control the Mosquito's United efforts of science and medicine has a greater say in control of Dengue infections.

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DENGUE FEVER DENGUE FEVER 
Dr.T.V.Rao MDDr.T.V.Rao MDProfessor of Microbiology Professor of Microbiology 
 
 
ArbovirusesArboviruses
The Arboviruses are also called asThe Arboviruses are also called asArthropod borne viruses, represent anArthropod borne viruses, represent anecological grounding of viruses withecological grounding of viruses withcomplex transmission cycles involvingcomplex transmission cycles involvingArthropodsArthropodsThese viruses have diverse physical andThese viruses have diverse physical andchemical properties and are classified inchemical properties and are classified inseveral virus families.several virus families.Dengue infection is caused by ArbovirusesDengue infection is caused by Arboviruses
 
 
History DengueHistory Dengue 
This disease was first described 1780, andThis disease was first described 1780, andthe virus was isolated by Sabin 1944.the virus was isolated by Sabin 1944.Dengue virus infection is the mostDengue virus infection is the mostcommon arthropod-borne diseasecommon arthropod-borne diseaseworldwide with an increasing incidence inworldwide with an increasing incidence inthe tropical regions of Asia, Africa, andthe tropical regions of Asia, Africa, andCentral and South America. There are four Central and South America. There are four serotypes of the virus. All are transmittedserotypes of the virus. All are transmittedby mosquitoes, which are not affected byby mosquitoes, which are not affected bythe disease, although an infectedthe disease, although an infectedmosquito may infect others (not via man).mosquito may infect others (not via man).

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