Hemorrhagic Fever

Some articles on hemorrhagic fever, hemorrhagic:

American Hemorrhagic Fever
... American hemorrhagic fever can refer to Argentine hemorrhagic fever Bolivian hemorrhagic fever ...
Crimean–Congo Hemorrhagic Fever - History
... A case reported in the 12th century of a hemorrhagic disease from what is now Tajikistan may have been the first known case of Crimean–Congo hemorrhagic fever ... Soviet scientists first identified the disease they called Crimean hemorrhagic fever in 1944 and established its viral etiology by passage of the virus through human "volunteers" (fatality rate unreported), but were ... Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses proposed the name Congo-Crimean hemorrhagic fever virus, but the Soviets insisted on Crimean–Congo hemorrhagic fever virus ...
Plague Of Athens - Cause of The Plague - Viral Hemorrhagic Fever
... Thucydides’ descriptions invite careful comparison with Viral Hemorrhagic Fever (e.g ... The lack of a durable signature by RNA viruses means some etiologies, notably the viral hemorrhagic fever viruses, are not testable hypotheses using currently available scientific techniques ...
CIA Transnational Activities In Counterproliferation - Biological - China
... For example, the PLA may actually believe that unusual outbreaks of hemorrhagic fever that occurred in Kenya in 1995, were in fact the results of US BW experiments, and makes similar ... be cautious because of the natural occurrence of Xinjiang hemorrhagic fever (HF) endemic to the area, a variant of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever of the bunyaviridae-type virus that occasionally ...

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