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What does KAZA stand for?
KAZA stands for Kala-Azar
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Kodiak Archipelago Youth Area Watch (Kodiak, AK)
- Korean American Youth Foundation
- Korean American Youth Leaders in Training (K.W. Lee Center for Leadership; Los Angeles, CA)
- Knowledge Asian Youth Network
- Kurdish American Youth Organization
- Korean American Young Professionals Association
- Keio Advanced Zero (car)
- Keystone Active Zone (intiative; Pennsylvania Advocates for Nutrition and Activity)
- Kurdish Autonomous Zone (northern Iraq)
- Kazakhstan Hydrometeorological Service (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
- Kazakhstan Institute for Strategic Studies
- Koninklijke Antwerpse Zweefclub Meeuw (Dutch: Royal Antwerp Hang Gliding Club; Belgium)
- Committee for Standardization, Metrology and Certification (Kazakstan)
- Kazakh State University (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
- Base Ionization Constant (aka base constant)
- K Balachander
- Kahal B'raira
- Karnal Bunt (wheat fungus)
Samples in periodicals archive:
There has also been increased cases of the kala-azar disease.
Today, the name kala-azar is commonly used along with the scientific name visceral leishmaniasis for the severe form of the disease caused by L.
The total number of districts reporting kala-azar exceeds 109 (2).
Ozellikle aksamlari ve geceleri yukselen atesinin olmasi ve Kars ilinin Kagizman ilcesinde ikamet etmesi nedeniyle hastada kala-azar (visseral leishmaniasis) olabilecegi dusunulerek, yatisinin ikinci gununde kemik iligi aspirasyonu yapildi.
Subjects include the route of transmission for kala-azar (visceral leishmaniasis); an epidemic of euproctis similes dermatitis; Qapqal Disease; the relationship amongst leptospirosis, cerebral arteritis and moyamoya disease; endemic goiter, Kaschin-Beck Disease; a new rotovirus that caused adult epidemic diarrhea; a hepatitis E epidemic; severe acute respiratory syndrome and its prevention and treatment; the Chinese national twin registry; human-swine streptococcal bacteria; lymphatic filariasis; HIV/AIDS amongst plasma donors; angiostronyliasis cantonensis; intrauterine transmission of hepatitis B; blood pressure, body mass index and risks of end-stage renal disease; indoor air pollution and lung cancer; and the link between green tea drinking and stomach cancer.
In my MSF missions, I've been involved with vertical control programs for kala-azar and TB.
The AUW Biomedical Research Laboratory (ABRL), as the WHO and Federal Ministry of Health focal institution, has produced two batches of Direct Agglutination Test (DAT) Antigen used for diagnosis of Kala-azar in Sudan.