tick-borne encephalitis (Central European subtype)(redirected from biundulant meningoencephalitis)
tick-·borne en·ceph·a·li·tis (Cen·tral Eu·ro·pe·an sub·type)
tick-borne meningoencephalitis caused by a flavivirus closely related to the virus causing the Far Eastern type; it is transmitted by Ixodes ricinus, also by infected raw milk, especially that of goats.
Synonym(s): biundulant meningoencephalitis, Central European tick-borne fever, diphasic milk fever, Russian spring-summer encephalitis (Western subtype)
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