hyperendemic


hyperendemic
hy·per·en·dem·ic -en-'dem-ik, -in- adj
1) exhibiting a high and continued incidence used chiefly of human diseases <\hyperendemic malaria>
2) marked by hyperendemic disease used of geographic areas <a \hyperendemic focus of plague>
hy·per·en·de·mic·i·ty -.en-.dem-'is-ət-ē, -də-'mis- n, pl -ties

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hy·per·en·dem·ic (hi″pər-ən-demґik) [hyper- + endemic] equally endemic, at a high level, in all age groups of a population. Cf. holoendemic.

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