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ネパール王国丘陵農村および都市近郊農村住民における健康科学調査 : 生活歴、家族歴、自覚・他覚的所見を中心に

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概要 One thousand and forty-nine subjects, 15 years of age and over, participated in the present study. Age-sex distribution shows that the two villages had the same pyramid shape, 20s being the biggest po...rtion. Most subjects were farmers. Males and suburban (Bhadrakali) villagers worked more as wedge workers than females and hilly (Kotyang) villagers, respectively. About 80% of subjects were married. Questions on daily schedule, family history, subjective and objective symptoms were checked by the Nepalese doctors. Time schedule for daily routine was different between the two villagers. Bhadrakali villagers sat up 30 minutes longer than Kotyang villagers and the former had meals at 08 : 32, 14 : 08 and 20 : 08, whereas the latter had them at 11 : 11, 15 : 23 and 19 : 43, respectively. Half of the subjects in both villages had already lost their parents in their thirties. Ages of menarche and menopause were older in females of Kotyang (n=219, 15.8+-1.9 y. o.; n=68, 46.1+-5.5 y. o.) than in those of Bhadrakali (n=252, 15.3+-1.3 y, o.; n=62, 45.7+-5.7 y. o.) Outcome of pregnancy tells that more children were alive and that more abortions (artificial ? ) occurred in Bhadrakali than in Kotyang. Headaches, general fatigue, coughs, epigastralgia, lower abdominal pains were prevalent subjective symptoms in both villagers. Arthralgia, lumbago and skin lesion were found more in Kotyang. Females complained about the same symptoms more often than males. Males in Bhadrakali were taller, heavier and fattier than those in Kotyang, and females in Bhadrakali were fattier than those in Kotyang. Physical examination revealed that almost half of Kotyang villagers suffered from dental diseases. Anemia, rales in respiratory sounds and abdominal problems were the main positive findings in both villagers.続きを見る

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