Incidences of tuberculosis, syphilis and measles

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Tuberculosis, syphilis

Frequency: annual

Definitions: Tuberculosis is an infectious disease caused by infection with tuberculosis bacilli. Syphilis is a sexually transmitted venereal disease caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum (pale spirochaette).

Data refer to newly registered cases.

Disaggregation: Sex, age, time series 2009-2017

Source: Ministry of Health


Frequency: annual


Morbidity is the frequency of occurrence of new cases of disease in the given population.

Measles is an acute viral infectious disease.
The only source of infection is a sick person. The infection is spread mainly by droplets and by direct contact with the secretion of the nasopharyngeal cavity. Very rarely, the infection occurs indirectly through objects freshly contaminated by nasopharyngeal secretions.
Oder viruses enter the body through the mouth or nose and through the conjunctiva. After multiplication in mucous membranes, they reach various organs, i.e: skin, kidneys, stomach, intestines and liver.
The incubation period is usually from 10 to 12 days.

By: urban and rural areas, sex, age groups, time series 2010-2017

Source: PZH – National Public Health Institute