Plague

What is the Plague? Plague is an acute, especially dangerous zoonotic vector-borne infection with severe intoxication and serous-hemorrhagic inflammation in the lymph nodes, lungs and other organs, as well as the possible development of sepsis.

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Mumps

What is Mumps? Mumps (synonyms: mumps, mumps; mumps – English; Mumps – mute; parotidite epidemique – French) – an acute viral disease caused by paramyxovirus and is characterized by fever, general intoxication, an increase in

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Cytomegalovirus Mononucleosis

What is Cytomegalovirus Mononucleosis? Cytomegalovirus mononucleosis is an infectious disease characterized by an infectious mononucleosis syndrome with negative heterophilic antibodies. Causes of Cytomegalovirus Mononucleosis Cytomegalovirus mononucleosis can develop spontaneously or after transfusion of blood products

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Tenioz

What is Tenioz? Tenioz (taeniosis, pigtail, armed with taeniasis; angl., Schweinebandwurmkrankheit – German, taeniose – French) – a disease caused by flatworm related to teniosis, characterized by lesions of the small intestine. Teniasis is more

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