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]. Helminthiasis is of considerable public health importance in Iraq and throughout less developed Asia [ 4 - 7 ]. However, the geographical distribution and regional burden remain to be determined and updated regularly. The aim of the present study was to assess the prevalence of some helminths among Iraqi people depending on the database of communicable diseases control centers of the Ministry of Health in Iraq.
Materials and methods
This retrospective survey consisted of a spatial and temporal analysis of reported cases of helminths using an available surveillance
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communities such that the differences between rural and urban populations are mitigated [ 11 ].
When the year of marriage was examined, we found a slightly declining trend in the prevalence consanguineous unions over the past 20 years or so, but this was not significant. In the multivariable analyses, year of marriage was a significant variable in the overall sample as it was in the Takht Bhai tehsil, and a pronounced temporal decline in consanguinity was predicted ( Tables 5 and 6 ). Hussain [ 7 ], based on evidence from national demographic surveys and other small
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al. [ 29 ] reported 75.11% seroprevalence of FMD in Nigerian cattle, whereas the seroprevalence in Ethiopian cattle in various regions was reported as 21.59% [ 30 ] and 8.01% [ 31 ]. These differences in seroprevalence might be the result of species differences, i.e., cattle rather than buffalo, spatial and temporal variations, and differences in husbandry practices. In Laos, FMD seroprevalence in buffalo was reported as 32.2%, and 26.5% in cattle [ 32 ], which is remarkably lower than in our present study.
Our data suggest that there is a strong association
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