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Synonyms for arbovirus

a large heterogeneous group of RNA viruses divisible into groups on the basis of the virions

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Eleven counties with MCPs have reported no human cases of arboviral disease.
Knowledge of arboviral infection among Florida's crested caracara, which is both state and federally threatened, is valuable, when considering increasing pressure on this population from rapid and extensive habitat alterations.
Japanese encephalitis (JE) is a non contagious mosquito-borne arboviral disease of major public health importance in Asia.
Host selection and its role in transmission of arboviral encephalitides.
Yergolkar, Scientist D, NIV, Pune, availed training on Arboviral Diagnosis Procedures at the Division of Vector-borne Infectious Diseases, US Centre for Disease and Prevention, Fort Collis Clorado (November 3-14, 2008).
Vector-borne illnesses such as malaria and toxin-borne illnesses like Hunta viruses, Dengue Fever, Arboviral Encephalitis, and cholera are shown to be effected by habitat change, the result of altered weather and warming.
Del Piero says there are five main arboviral agents of encephalitis that are transmitted by mosquitoes: West Nile, eastern equine, western equine, St.
WNV encephalitis is on the list of designated nationally notifiable arboviral encephalitides.
In 2002, West Nile virus produced the largest outbreak of arboviral meningo-encephalitis ever reported in North America, with 4,156 cases of the virus reported to state and local health departments," Stephen Ostroff, MD, CDC deputy director said at a press conference sponsored by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) in Washington on July 16.
In that report, the CDC advised that pregnant women take precautions to reduce their risk of West Nile virus and other arboviral infections by avoiding mosquitoes and using protective clothing and DEBT-containing repellents.
including V cholerae) Giardiasis Amebiasis (Entamoeba histolytica) Leishmaniasis Tuberculosis Brucellosis Leptospirosis Echinococcosis (hydatid disease) Typhus (epidemic, endemic) Relapsing fever, tick and louse-borne Trachoma Intestinal helminth infections (ascariasis, enterobiasis, trichuriasis) Hookworm infection (ancylostomiasis) Tapeworm infection (taeniasis) Strongyloidiasis Sandfly fever Other arboviral fevers Dengue fever Boutonneuse fever Congo-Crimean hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) Korean hemorrhagic fever Rift Valley fever Viral hepatitis (A, B, C, D, E) Meningococcal meningitis Syphilis (endemic, Bejel) Anthrax Q fever Rabies Plague Malaria Onchocerciasis Schistosomiasis Dracunculiasis Hymenolepiasis