nephropathia epidemica


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a generally benign form of epidemic hemorrhagic fever reported in Scandinavia.

nephropathia epidemica

(nĕf″rō-păth′ē-ă ĕp″ĭ-dĕm′ĭ-kă, -dēm′) [NL, “epidemic nephropathy”],

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A mosquito-borne viral infection found almost exclusively in northern European nations (e.g., Finland and Sweden). Its principal symptoms are fever, abdominal pain, and renal failure.
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Distinguish long-term sequelae of acute nephropathia epidemica associated with Puumala virus hantavirus infection.
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Nephropathia epidemica in Baden- Wurttemberg, Germany, by year, 2001-2007 * Incidence/ 100,000 population No.
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