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Epidemiological survey of rhinosporidiosis in man a sample survey in a high school located in a hyperendemic area

, : Epidemiological survey of rhinosporidiosis in man a sample survey in a high school located in a hyperendemic area. Indian Veterinary Journal 64(1): 34-38

A High School in a village called Pallam of Agastheeswaram taluk, Kanyakumari district, Tamil, Nadu India was surveyed, specifically for Rhinosporidiosis. The over-all prevalence rate was 1.43%. There was not any significant difference of infection amongst males' and females. The highest incidence was found at the age of 13.

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