Malaria in Sri Lanka: Current knowledge on transmission and control
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Konradsen, F.; Amerasinghe, F. P.; van der Hoek, W.; Amerasinghe, P. H. 2000. Malaria in Sri Lanka: Current knowledge on transmission and control. Colombo, Sri Lanka: IWMI. xiv, 77p.
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Malaria is a major health problem in Sri Lanka. Over the years a large pool of knowledge has accumulated on malaria in Sri Lanka. This book reviews a broad range of published literature of relevance for a description of malaria in Sri Lanka, including control aspects of the disease. Based on the literature examined, a general overview of the status of research in Sri Lanka is given, and areas where knowledge is lacking and further studies are required are identified.
SubjectsMALARIA; DISEASE VECTORS; WATERBORNE DISEASES; ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS; PUBLIC HEALTH; ECONOMIC IMPACT; SOCIAL IMPACT;
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