This study investigated the role of the Maridi dam in causing an onchocerciasis (‘river blindness’)-associated epilepsy epidemic in these villages in South Sudan.
The study concluded that the transmission rates are high and that suitable breeding conditions, coupled with suboptimal control measures have played a role in causing an epilepsy (including nodding syndrome) epidemic in the Maridi area.
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