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Transmission (Definition)

In medicine and biology, transmission is the passing of a communicable disease from an infected host individual or group to a conspecific individual or group, regardless of whether the other individual was previously infected. Sometimes transmission can specifically mean infection of ...Read more


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What's transmission of eds?

What's transmission of eds?

Genetic: The only common form of eds is type iii. This is because afflicted individuals rarely reach childhood; and, certainly not adulthood. Eds iii is an autosomally dominant gene which means that 50% of children of the affected person will have the disease; or each child has a 50% risk of developing the disease. ...Read more

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What causes the transmission of filariasis?

What causes the transmission of  filariasis?

Mosquitos: The disease spreads from person to person by mosquito bites. People living or staying for a long time in tropical or sub-tropical areas where the disease is common are at the greatest risk for infection. Short-term tourists have a very low risk. ...Read more

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What is the basic transmission cycle?

What is the basic transmission cycle?

More specific please: Could you rephrase your question and be more specific so we can efficiently answer your question? ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: transmission?

See below: In medicine and biology, transmission is the passing of a communicable disease from an infected host individual or group to a conspecific individual or group, regardless of whether the other individual was previously infected. Sometimes transmission can specifically mean infection of a previously uninfected host. ...Read more

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What's transmission of rett syndrome?

What's transmission of rett syndrome?

Rare genetic: Rett syndrome can be associated with a specific gene marker that can be transmitted to a child. However, it is rare to find such an association since most girls with rett do not have children. It is usually a sporatic disorder that occurs without reason. ...Read more

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How can the transmission of malaria occur?

Infected Mosquito: The bite of an infected anopheles mosquitoes transmits malaria. There are about 20 species of this mosquito around the world. The disease is transmitted to humans when an infected anopheles mosquito bites a person & injects parasites into the blood. It recycles when another mosquito takes blood from an infected human & ingests containing parasites back. ...Read more

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How does the transmission of anthrax takes place?

How does the transmission of anthrax takes place?

Contact with spores: Anthrax is not spread person to person! it is know for its potential to be used in terrorism (2001) as dried spores sent thru the mail infected some people with pulmonary anthrax. You can get skin anthrax from contact with spores ( from soil) & you can get GI anthrax by eating raw meat or dairy from contaminated animals. See www.Bt.Cdc.Gov/agent/anthrax. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how the transmission of malaria occur?

Malaria transmission: Fortunately, we've wiped out malaria in the U.S. (that's why the CDC is in the South - where we used to have alot of cases). Now-a-days though, malaria is contracted through travel in other parts of the world where they have it. You have to get bitten by an infected mosquito to get it -so when traveling, keep that in mind - AVOID THE BITE! Hopefully your doc can help u prepare if you're traveling. ...Read more

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Can you explain the agents that can stop nerve transmission?

Can you explain the agents that can stop nerve transmission?

No: There are dozens of these. That is the basis of pain management medicine and most of anesthesia. It also depends on what type of nerve transmission you want to stop - pain, motor, sensory and where - central or peripheral. This is an extremely large topic. ...Read more

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