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Geography

Geography: Risks from various geographic areas.
Introduction: Numerous diseases have greatly different prevalence or incidence rates in different parts of the world. There are many diseases that are more prevalent in the undeveloped world.

Condition count: 45; see list of conditions below.
Risk factor subtypes: Africa (21), Asia (17), South America (13), tropical areas (25)
Related risk factors: travel (52), poverty (23)

Risk factors: Risk Factor Center, risk factor list

Geography: Diseases list

The following list of medical conditions have 'Geography' or similar listed as a risk factor in our database:

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  • SARS ... certain parts of Canada, certain parts of Asia
  • Schistosomiasis ... South America, Asia, Africa
  • Sprue ... India
  • STARI ... Southeastern United States

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More Risk Factor Topics

  • agriculture ... type of Occupation/hobby
  • AIDS ... see HIV-AIDS
  • air pollutants ... type of Environment
  • Airborne droplet ... type of Contagion
  • Airborne droplet transmission ... type of Contagion
  • airway abnormality ... type of Abnormality
  • Alaska Natives ... type of Race
  • Alcohol
  • alcohol abuse ... type of Alcohol
  • alcohol during pregnancy ... type of Alcohol
  • Alcoholism
  • alfalfa sprouts ... type of Plants
  • alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) ... type of Medications
  • amebiasis ... type of Digestive conditions
  • American Indians
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