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CH 18 Review Questions

The establishment and further spreading of an infectious disease within a new population is a process called Adoption
The United Nations estimes that by the year 2050 more than ?% of the world's population will live in urban areas 69%
The Marburg viruswas originally spread by Green Monkeys
Which of the following infectious diseases is considered a newly emerging disease Hantavirus
Which of the following infectious diseases is considered to be a reemerging disease? Tuberculosis
This organism belongs in the group I category H. pylori
This disease is considered to fall in the group II category Mumps
Protozoan emerging and reemerging diseases generally belong to category I
Which of the following disease is transmitted by the fecal oral route Peptic Ulcer
Which of the following diseases can be transmitted by a tick Tularemia
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