Concurrent malaria and dengue infection: A brief summary and comment

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Abstract

There are several tropical mosquito borne infections. Malaria and dengue are the two common mosquito infections that are very important and cause high morbidity and mortality for many patients around the world. Concurrent malaria and dengue infection is an important condition that is seldom reported. In this specific article, the author hereby summarizes on the topic of concurrent malaria and dengue infection. © 2011 Asian Pacific Tropical Biomedical Magazine.

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  • Concurrent
  • Dengue
  • Malaria

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  • Viroj Wiwanitkit

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