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Epidemiology of Plasmodium malariae infection in Gambela, Ethiopia
Malaria incidence and prevalence surveys were performed from December, 1967 to February, 1969 among the indigenous Nilotic inhabitants of Gambela, a small administrative centre in the western lowlands of Ethiopia. Entomological data suggested that malaria transmission was seasonal and this was consistent with monthly P. falciparum parasite rates. Monthly P. malariae parasite rates, however, were consistent with an hypothesis of homogeneity. The age-specific incidence of quartan malaria among 26pmid:6765340 fatcat:nsbpdv2ihfegtoquo5f3va7smq