a form of leptospirosis seen in Japan; caused by a leptospira normally found in the field mouse or vole.
nanukayami/na·nu·ka·ya·mi/ (nah″noo-kah-yah´me) a leptospirosis marked by fever and jaundice, first reported in Japan, due to Leptospira hebdomadis.
an acute, infectious disease caused by one of the serotypes of the spirochete Leptospira that is indigenous to Japan. See also leptospirosis.
A form of leptospirosis present in Japan.