Sabia virus

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Sabia virus

(să'bē-ă),
an arenavirus associated with hemolytic fever.
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Sabia virus

(sā′bē-ə)
n.
An arenavirus that causes a form of hemorrhagic fever thought to be endemic to Brazil.
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Sa·bi·a vi·rus

(sā'bē-ă vī'rŭs)
An arenavirus associated with hemolytic fever.
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Sabia virus

An arenavirus first isolated in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Infections are usually acquired by exposure to infected rodent excreta and give rise to muscle pain, stiff neck, headache and a dangerous haemorrhagic fever with liver necrosis. The antiviral drug ribavirin is effective.
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