hemorrhagic dengue

hem·or·rhag·ic den·gue

a more severe form of dengue characterized by hemorrhagic skin lesions.
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'Among them, 577 children were diagnosed as suffering from severe hemorrhagic dengue fever and were hospitalised, while 89 were operated on,' the Kantha Bopha Foundation said.
Erfe said there is a manifestation that Anjielica died of severe hemorrhagic dengue.
"When we reviewed her clinical abstract, there is a manifestation that Anjielica died of severe hemorrhagic dengue," Erfe explained, citing symptoms of the disease like edema, rashes, bleeding and low platelet count.
She had manifestation of severe hemorrhagic dengue," he explained.
The population of Lahore have 'Zero Immunity' against this species of dengue virus, so the patients are more vulnerable to become victims of hemorrhagic dengue fever if they had been exposed to Dengue-II type of virus in the last year.
The population of Lahore have \"Zero Immunity\" against this species of dengue virus, so the patients are more vulnerable to become victims of hemorrhagic dengue fever if they had been exposed to Dengue-II type of virus in the last year.
TOKYO, Nov 11 (KUNA) -- Taiwan's health authorities confirmed on Wednesday another nine deaths from hemorrhagic dengue fever, bringing the total number of fatalities to 150 since the start of May, the Taipei-based Central News Agency reported.
The most severe type of dengue is Hemorrhagic Dengue Fever (HDF) with bleeding, thrombocytopenia and plasma effusion which may develop into circulatory death, featuring the Dengue Shock Syndrome (DCS) and death (BRAGA et al., 2014; XAVIER et al., 2014).
In a small proportion of cases, the disease can develop into the life-threatening hemorrhagic dengue fever.
People contracting the most severe type, hemorrhagic dengue, can experience severe pain, breathing difficulties, bleeding and even circulatory failure.
Louis, MO, USA, was the first book of its kind to focus on hemorrhagic dengue; and Dengue and Related Arboviruses, published in 1995 by Yukosha Printing House, Kobe, Japan, was noted for its massive compilation of nearly all Dr.
Dr Martinez said half of the patients at his hospital have hemorrhagic dengue.