Kashin-Bek disease

Ka·shin-Bek dis·ease

(kah'shin bek),
a form of generalized osteoarthrosis believed to result from ingestion of wheat infected with the fungus Fusarium sporotrichiella, limited to areas of Asia, including the Urov river.
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Bek,

(Beck), E.V.V., Russian physician.
Kashin-Bek disease - see under Kashin

Kashin,

Nikolai I., Russian orthopedist, 1825-1872.
Kashin-Bek disease - a form of generalized osteoarthrosis believed to result from ingestion of wheat infected with the fungus Fusarium sporotrichiella.
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