Plasmodium Malariae

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P. malariae is the one of the least studied of the six species that infect humans, in part because of its low prevalence and milder clinical manifestations compared to the other species. It is widespread throughout sub-Saharan Africa , much of southeast Asia, Indonesia, on many of the islands of the western Pacific and in areas of the Amazon Basin of South America. [4] In endemic regions, prevalence ranges from less than 4% to more than 20%, [6] but there is evidence that P. malariae infections are vastly underreported. [7]


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