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This thesis is based on 5 publications, which are reprinted together with a 48-page overview of the entire study. Sandfly fever (SF) was studied among Swedish UN soldiers in Cyprus, Swedish tourists and indigenous Cypriots. 11 of 298 (4%) UN soldiers had a SF virus infection caused by the Sicilian...

Author(s)
Eitrem, R.
Publisher
Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
Citation
Sandfly fever: epidemiological, clinical and virological studies., 1991, pp 99 pp.
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A case of Japanese encephalitis (JE) that occurred in a 21-year-old woman who had spent only a few days in an area where she could have been exposed to the virus (Malaysia and Thailand) is reported from England. The risks and protective efficacy of vaccination against JE virus for travellers who...

Author(s)
Burdon, J. T.; Stanley, P. J.; Lloyd, G.; Jones, N. C.
Citation
Journal of Infection, 1994, 28, 2, pp 175-179
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In Madrid, Spain, a prospective clinical study was carried out on 37 travellers suspected to have dengue infection on their return in 1989-94 from dengue-endemic areas. Anti-dengue antibodies were found in 24 of 37 patients (14 recent infections and 10 undetermined). The most common features among...

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López-Vélez, R.; Pérez-Casas, C.; Vorndam, A. V.; Rigau, J.
Citation
European Journal of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, 1996, 15, 10, pp 823-826
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Clinical manifestations, epidemiological information and laboratory findings are described for a series of 18 Israeli travellers who tested serologically positive for dengue in 1994-95. All the patients in the series contracted the disease in Southeast Asia, mostly in Thailand, but also in India;...

Author(s)
Schwartz, E.; Mendelson, E.; Sidi, Y.
Citation
American Journal of Medicine, 1996, 101, 5, pp 516-520
Abstract

This volume is based on papers presented at an international symposium on "Imported Virus Infections", held at the Max von Pettenkofer Institute, University of Munich, Munich, Germany, on 31 March to 1 April 1995. The 17 review papers are divided into 3 sections: travel-related vector-borne virus...

Publisher
Springer-Verlag, Wien, Austria
Citation
Archives of Virology, Supplement, 1996, No. 11, pp 202 pp.
Abstract

Laboratory diagnosis of imported, vector-borne virus diseases during a 22-month-period (May 1993-March 1995) in Munich, Germany, is summarized. In 13 of 317 Germans returning from the Mediterranean with suspected sandfly fever, acute sandfly fever, serotype Toscana, was confirmed serologically:...

Author(s)
Schwarz, T. F.; Jäger, G.; Gilch, S.; Pauli, C.; Eisenhut, M.; Nitschko, H.; Hegenscheid, B.
Publisher
Springer-Verlag, Wien, Austria
Citation
Archives of Virology, Supplement, 1996, No. 11, pp 57-65
Abstract

In order to estimate the risk of infection during long-term stays in dengue-endemic countries, the authors tested (in Germany) sera obtained (mostly between May and October 1995) from 323 development aid workers (of the Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit) and their family members who had...

Author(s)
Jänisch, T.; Preiser, W.; Berger, A.; Niedrig, M.; Mikulicz, U.; Thoma, B.; Doerr, H. W.
Citation
Tropical Medicine and International Health, 1997, 2, 10, pp 934-940
Abstract

From 1974 to 1996, 158 confirmed and 373 suspected cases of dengue/flavivirus infection were diagnosed in Canada by the Zoonotic Diseases section of the Bureau of Microbiology, Laboratory Centre for Disease Control. These are tabulated according to year and area of travel. Confirmed cases included...

Author(s)
Artsob, H.; Julien, M.; Dick, D.; Currie, K.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1997, 8, 4, pp 180-181
Abstract

The last imported case of yellow fever seen in the USA was in 1924. The authors report a case of yellow fever acquired by an American tourist who visited the jungles of Brazil along the Rio Negro and Amazon Rivers in August 1996. The 45-year-old male patient died 6 days after hospital admission and ...

Author(s)
McFarland, J. M.; Baddour, L. M.; Nelson, J. E.; Elkins, S. K.; Craven, R. B.; Cropp, B. C.; Chang GwongJen; Grindstaff, A. D.; Craig, A. S.; Smith, R. J.
Citation
Clinical Infectious Diseases, 1997, 25, 5, pp 1143-1147

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