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    Explain the etiology of two of the following: TB, measles, rabies, salmonella, or any other public health concern not discussed in this chapter (feel free to use the epidemiological triangle in your task). Then discuss the epidemiological importance of an in-apparent infection.

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    Explain the etiology of rabies, salmonella, or any other public health concern not discussed in this chapter (feel free to use the epidemiological triangle in your task). Then discuss the epidemiological importance of an in-apparent infection.

    The etiology of rabies is predicated upon the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis, which typically attacks the lungs of its victims. It can attack other parts of the body including the kidney, spine, ...

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