tickborne fever(redirected from central European tickborne fever fever)
an infectious disease of cattle and sheep caused by Anaplasma phagocytophila (called also Rickettsia bovina and R. ovina or Cytoectes phagocytophila). The organism is a parasite of white blood cells and the disease is characterized by fever, polypnea and abortion. Called also ehrlichosis, Ondiri disease, bovine petechial fever.
central European tickborne fever fever
a meningoencephalitis of humans caused by a flavivirus which is present in the milk of ruminants although the principal reservoir is the tick Ixodes ricinus.