endemic adjective (1) Referring to the usual prevalence of a given disease or infection in an area or group. Endemic conditions do not exhibit wide fluctuations over time in a defined place. (2) For microparasites, such as measles, endemic refers to an infection that can persist in a population in the long term without reintroduction from outside.
endemic adjective uk / enˈdem.ɪk / us / enˈdem.ɪk / especially of a disease or a condition, regularly found and very common among a particular group or in a particular area: Malaria is endemic in many of the hotter regions of the world. The disease is endemic among British sheep / to many British flocks.
But endemic doesn’t mean the disease is less bad or even that there are fewer cases. It just means there is an ever-present level of disease in a population. Smallpox was an endemic disease that consistently killed one out of every three people it infected and generally left the other two seriously scarred – and that went on for thousands.
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