|1.||Maestre-Serrano, Ronald: 2 articles (09/2013 - 03/2008)|
|2.||Walsh, Michael: 1 article (01/2015)|
|3.||Haseeb, M A: 1 article (01/2015)|
|4.||Ferro, Cristina: 1 article (09/2013)|
|5.||Cochero, Suljey: 1 article (09/2013)|
|6.||Bello, Betsy: 1 article (09/2013)|
|7.||Rojas, Marco Andrés: 1 article (04/2013)|
|8.||Rubio, Camilo: 1 article (04/2013)|
|9.||García, Alexander: 1 article (04/2013)|
|10.||Moncada, Ligia Inés: 1 article (04/2013)|
03/01/2011 - "Rodent community structure and Andes virus infection in sylvan and peridomestic habitats in northwestern Patagonia, Argentina."
11/01/2003 - "cruzi infection after intervention, the data indicate that a sylvan reservoir source, probably peridomicile small rodent nests, represent the major risk factor for persistent and new infestations."
03/01/2001 - "Peridomestic settings presented higher concentrations of virus and may present a higher risk of human infection than do sylvan settings."
06/01/1984 - "burnetii infection was found to exist in both the sylvan and domestic cycle, as evidenced from the involvement of ticks, large and small mammals and man in its natural history."
03/01/2001 - "Most human cases of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome are acquired in the peridomestic environment, yet studies of the ecology and infection dynamics in the reservoir host, the deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus), have focused on sylvan populations. "
|2.||Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome
|4.||Intracranial Aneurysm (Cerebral Aneurysm)
09/01/2013 - "The mosquitoes of the Haemagogus (Williston, 1896) genus are relevant in public health because of the involvement of some species as vectors of yellow fever in its sylvan cycle. "
03/01/2013 - "Historical analysis of the records of sylvan yellow fever in the State of Amazonas, Brazil, from 1996 to 2009."
03/01/2008 - "equinus in larvitraps located near the urban zone, shows adaptation to the use of artificial containers as larval habitats, Urbanization of this species in zones with a high Ae. aegypti infestation index increases the potential introduction of sylvan yellow fever virus and constitutes a risk for re-emergence of urban cycles of yellow fever."
01/01/2007 - "Spatiotemporal distribution of diurnal yellow fever vectors (Diptera: Culicidae) at two sylvan interfaces in Kenya, East Africa."
10/01/1995 - "Adult female populations of Haemagogus leucocelaenus (Dyar and Shannon), the sylvan vector of yellow fever, were monitored weekly during 1981-82 by human collectors on the ground at Point Gourde in Chaguaramas Forest, 16 km west of Port of Spain, Trinidad. "