Sindbis fever

Sind·bis fe·ver

a febrile illness of humans in Africa, Australia, and elsewhere, characterized by arthralgia, rash, and malaise; caused by the Sindbis virus, a member of the family Togaviridae, and transmitted by culicine mosquitoes.
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Sind·bis fever

(sind'bis fē'ver)
A febrile illness of humans in Africa, Australia, and elsewhere, characterized by arthralgia, rash, and malaise; caused by the Sindbis virus, a member of the family Togaviridae, and transmitted by mosquitoes of the genus Culex.
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Sindbis fever

An African togavirus infection spread by mosquitoes, and similar to O'NYONG-NYONG FEVER.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005

Sindbis,

village in Egypt where the fever was first observed in the 1950's.
Sindbis fever - a febrile illness of humans in Africa, Australia, and other countries, caused by the Sindbis virus, and characterized by arthralgia, rash, and malaise.
Sindbis virus - the type species of the genus Alphavirus, in the family Togaviridae.
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