epidemic hemorrhagic fever definition

  • noun:
    • A form of hemorrhagic fever endemic to northeastern Asia this is certainly due to a hantavirus and characterized in its later phases by hemorrhage, surprise, and kidney failure. Also known as Korean hemorrhagic fever.
    • a kind of hemorrhagic fever endemic to northeastern Asia that's brought on by a hantavirus and characterized in its subsequent stages by hemorrhage, surprise, and kidney failure. Also referred to as Korean hemorrhagic temperature.
    • a kind of hemorrhagic fever endemic to northeastern Asia which caused by a hantavirus and characterized in its subsequent stages by hemorrhage, shock, and renal failure. Also referred to as Korean hemorrhagic temperature.
    • A form of hemorrhagic fever endemic to northeastern Asia which caused by a hantavirus and characterized in its subsequent stages by hemorrhage, surprise, and renal failure. Also called Korean hemorrhagic temperature.

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