encephalitis virus disease

encephalitis virus disease

important emerging disease or diseases of larval marine fish; occur worldwide and often cause mass mortality. Typical pathology is vacuolation of cells of the brain and retina. Caused by nodaviruses (previously called picorna-like viruses).
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Louis encephalitis virus disease were reported from four states (California, Illinois, Nevada, and Utah).
Seven cases of eastern equine encephalitis virus disease were reported from five states (Georgia, Michigan, Montana, New Jersey, and North Carolina); all were neuroinvasive disease.
Six cases of eastern equine encephalitis virus disease were reported from four states (Louisiana, Maine, New York, and North Carolina); all were neuroinvasive disease.
Louis encephalitis virus disease cases were reported from five states (Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Mississippi, and Texas); six were neuroinvasive (Table 1).
Eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, although rare, remained the most severe domestic arboviral disease, with two deaths among eight patients.
The sentence should read, "Because no cases of anthrax; diphtheria; eastern equine encephalitis virus disease, non-neuroinvasive; poliomyelitis, paralytic; poliovirus infection, nonparalytic; Powassan virus disease, non-neuroinvasive; rubella, congenital syndrome; severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus disease; smallpox; western equine encephalitis virus disease, neuroinvasive and non-neuroinvasive; or yellow fever were reported in the United States during 2010, these diseases do not appear in these early release tables.
Because no cases of diphtheria, neuroinvasive or non-neuroinvasive western equine encephalitis virus disease, nonparalytic poliovirus infection, severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus syndrome, smallpox, and yellow fever were reported in the United States during 2009, these diseases do not appear in these initial tables.
Because no cases of diphtheria, neuroinvasive or non-neuroinvasive western equine encephalitis virus disease, paralytic poliomyelitis, nonparalytic poliovirus infection, congenital rubella, severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus syndrome, smallpox, or yellow fever were reported in the United States during 2007, these diseases do not appear in these early release tables.
Because no cases of anthrax, diphtheria, neuroinvasive or non-neuroinvasive western equine encephalitis virus disease, severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus syndrome, smallpox, or yellow fever were reported in the United States during 2005, these notiflable diseases do not appear in these tables.
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