Bwamba fever | definition of Bwamba fever by Medical dictionary
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a febrile illness of humans in Africa caused by a virus of the family Bunyaviridae and transmitted by mosquitoes.
Bwamba fever A mild viral infection that occurs in East Africa, which poses a clinical differential with malaria.
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The institute was the first to isolate more than 20 new arboviruses, including West Nile Virus, Bwamba Fever
, Semliki Forest Virus, Orungo, Kadam, and O'nyong'nyong.