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notifiable

1. denoting certain infectious diseases of humans, such as smallpox and tuberculosis, outbreaks of which must be reported to the public health authorities
2. denoting certain infectious diseases of animals, such as BSE, foot-and-mouth disease, and rabies, outbreaks of which must be reported to the appropriate veterinary authority
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Quality Meat Scotland Pig Specialist, Allan Ward, welcomed the launch the consultation on proposals to make PED notifiable on suspicion in Scotland.
Another notifiable disease that has hit the headlines in recent years is avian influenza.
The reports being released are the Summary of Notifiable Infectious Diseases and Conditions - United States, 2013, and the Summary of Notifiable Noninfectious Conditions and Disease Outbreaks - United States.
However, several of our arguments could apply to other diseases that are currently deemed 'notifiable' in SA, and we believe that a debate on why and how notification occurs and a review of the current notifiable diseases list is overdue.
He added: "The number of arrests we make doesn't worry me as there's an overall drop in notifiable crime.
Notification data for RRV, BFV, and other notifiable infections in Victoria are publicly available (8).
28 per cent (25) are members of a notifiable organisation not specified and that five officers are in Ian Paisley's Independent Orange Order.
Decision making and risk management rely on quantitative risk assessment, but not all biologically notifiable effects are of clinical relevance.
A revised list of notifiable diseases includes possible biological threat agents such as deadly botulism and tularaemia.
BRITAIN may have to declare SARS a notifiable disease if the outbreak continues to spread.
Latest figures show that in 1998, there were 477 cases of the notifiable disease in the city - an increase of more than 100 on the previous year.
Airtours' director of UK Operations Anita McErlean said: "None of the illnesses reported has been notifiable, but our first concern must always be the health, safety and enjoyment of our customers.