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In this chapter an introduction to the main themes of the book, and the role health geography and geospatial technologies like geographic information system techniques, remote sensing etc. in the health sector and different aspects related with health GIS, medical geography, spatial epidemiology, concept of primary health care are very clearly discussed. The present study has been designed to analyses the pattern of health care delivery system in rural areas of Varanasi district and status of vector born disease (VBD) especially of malaria along with effects of important factors responsible for spreading the malaria area including population density of each development blocks.
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