Cache Valley virus infection

Cache Valley virus infection

A disease, caused by one of the viruses of the Bunyaviridae family, featuring severe fever, muscle ache, headache, vomiting and a rash, and progressing to brain inflammation (encephalitis), muscle necrosis and multi-organ failure. The disease is not uncommon in livestock and other large mammals but is very rare in humans.
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Serological evidence of California group and Cache Valley virus infection in Minnesota white-tailed deer.