Autochthonous Plasmodium vivax malaria in a Greek schoolgirl of the Attica region

  • C.V. L
  • K. T
  • I. K
  • et al.
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Abstract

In August 2009, one case of autochthonous malaria due to Plasmodium vivax was diagnosed in Greece in a young woman residing in the Eastern Attica region. The source of infection could not be identified. No other autochthonous malaria cases have been described in the Attica region since 1974. This was a sporadic case with no evidence of further local transmission, and no more cases have been reported in Attica up to now, two years later. © 2012 Loupa et al; BioMed Central Ltd.

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C.V., L., K., T., I., K., S., P., & M., L. (2012). Autochthonous Plasmodium vivax malaria in a Greek schoolgirl of the Attica region. Malaria Journal, 11. https://doi.org/10.1186/1475-2875-11-52

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