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Emerging Health Concerns

Throughout the course of deployments in support of Operations ENDURING FREEDOM, IRAQI FREEDOM, and other contingency operations, health issues come to the forefront of interest and concern.  These health concerns may be related to environmental exposures, or infectious diseases endemic to current areas of operation, or to other preventive and clinical medicine issues.  The categories of information will receive additions and modifications as new deployment-related health concerns and new information about those concerns emerge.


Acinetobacter

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Acute Eosinophilic Pneumonia

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Amputation and Polytrauma

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Anthrax

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Combat/Operational Stress

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Depleted Uranium

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Influenza

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Leishmaniasis

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 Malaria

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Mefloquine/Lariam

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Metal Fragments

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SARS

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  Sexually Transmitted Diseases

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  Traumatic Brain Injury

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  Tuberculosis

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 West Nile Virus

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