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“…A study conducted in the SP region of São José do Rio Preto revealed that the dispersion of Lu. longipalpis has been through neighborhood between municipalities that are usually connected by neighboring roads, which are the most frequent type of transverse highways in SP [ 18 ]. This observation is most likely explained by the mechanisms through which the vector is spread.…”
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“…A study conducted in the SP region of São José do Rio Preto revealed that the dispersion of Lu. longipalpis has been through neighborhood between municipalities that are usually connected by neighboring roads, which are the most frequent type of transverse highways in SP [ 18 ]. This observation is most likely explained by the mechanisms through which the vector is spread.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The association of human VL and the gas pipeline is presumed to be related to the movement and migration of a large number of construction workers [ 11 ], while the association with large highways is presumed to be related to their construction and expansion, facilitating the movement and migration of people and animals, including those affected by canine or human VL [ 9 , 11 , 13 – 17 ]. Oliveira et al [ 18 ] showed that the dispersion of Lu. longipalpis in the northwest region of SP has been through neighborhoods of the municipalities and highlighted the role of the roads between them.…”
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“…Prior studies have presented data regarding the epidemiology of VL, however the analyses were performed based on municipality 9,10 or state 11,12 and based on hospital data 13,14 . One study examined the mortality of VL in Brazil 3 with another focused on the prediction of VL in Brazil 15 .…”
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“…Between 2006 and 2015, an annual average of 3.509 cases was observed, with Mato Grosso registering an average of 40 cases per year (BRASIL, 2017a). The disease is currently more active in centres of the country and continues to expand due to the urbanization of Lutzomyia longipalpis (Lutz & Neiva 1912), the main VL vector in the Americas (OLIVEIRA et al, 2016). Dogs are considered the main reservoirs in the domestic environment, leading to vector infection and consequently, transmission to humans (MORENO & ALVAR, 2002).…”
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