The researchers found that ASD prevalence
among white children had been higher than other racial groups but plateaued in the IDEA birth cohorts between 2004 and 2007 before increasing again.
Data Extraction: Different information was extracted from the qualified studies, such as first author name, year of publication, gender, age, studied sample, the prevalence
rate of diabetes and prediabetes, smoking, survey year, study setting (urban, rural or both) study design, sampling method, and geographic region (province) in which the study was carried out.
Age and gender wise percent (%) prevalence
of Cryptosporidiosis in Sheep in three districts of South KPK.
Presently the number of studies carried out related to HT and obesity, have demonstrated that their prevalence
is rapidly increasing worldwide.
The primary aim of this study was to determine the prevalence
of OW and OB among school aged children in Antalya, Turkey, and to compare our data with those of a similar study conducted in 2003 in the same region (7).
This study was conducted in hundred patients who presented with either CAD or CVA to know the prevalence
of metabolic syndrome and its individual components in them as per NCEP: ATP III 2001 criteria which was revised in 2005.
30.2 percent is the prevalence
of anemia in non-pregnant women.
All serum samples were analysed quantitatively with known antigen H5 (control positive) obtained from Poultry Research Institute (PRI) Rawalpindi-Pakistan by Hemagglutination Inhibition (HI) test to check the prevalence
of Avian Influenza (OIE, 2009; Allan et al., 1974).
of Anaplasmosis was calculated according to the formula (Thursfield, 2005).
Key Words: Caries, prevalence
, severity, DMFT/dmft scores
Investigators calculated period prevalence
, point prevalence
, and overall prevalence
specifically during the rehabilitation phase and up to 1 year post injury.
Results: The crude prevalence
of MGUS was found to be 8.6%, which is higher than observed in previous studies.