25 December, 18:17
When a disease is continuously present in a population it is said to be:?
25 December, 20:08
The answer is - endemic disease.
The endemic disease is a disease that is always present in a certain population or a certain region. So this is a disease that is always present in a group or a geographic area, not to be confused with pandemic diseases that are spreading worldwide. A typical example for this type of disease is malaria.
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