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The Biology and Course of Malarial Disease

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    In this segment, Dr. Plowe describes the pertinent biological features of malarial infection and the scope of malaria's impact on a global level. Many physicians are surprised to learn that between one and three million people continue to die each year secondary to this disease. The interview revisits familiar concepts such as the parasitic life cycles and types of mosquitoes responsible for transmission, and then follows with clinical pearls on malarial disease course and presenting symptoms.

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    In this segment, Dr. Plowe describes the pertinent biological features of malarial infection and the scope of malaria's impact on a global level. Many physicians are surprised to learn that between one and three million people continue to die each year secondary to this disease. The interview revisits familiar concepts such as the parasitic life cycles and types of mosquitoes responsible for transmission, and then follows with clinical pearls on malarial disease course and presenting symptoms.

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