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Fig. 1 | Malaria Journal

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From: Clinical consequences of submicroscopic malaria parasitaemia in Uganda

Fig. 1

Study enrolment. The study cohort was comprised of 364 children and 106 adults, who made a total of 9075 routine visits to the study clinic. Routine visits were categorized as no parasitaemia (blood smear and LAMP negative), submicroscopic parasitaemia (blood smear negative, LAMP positive), or microscopic parasitaemia (blood smear positive). Visits were further categorized based on whether the participant had a symptomatic episode of malaria within 14 days before or 7 days following the routine visit

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