pneumonia virus

pneumonia virus

(1) Maedi/visna virus, see there.
(2) Pneumonia virus of mice.
(3) A highly non-specific term for any virus (e.g., various strains of flu virus) that can cause pneumonia
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It all depends on the heart, how damaged it is, at what rate it continues to fail and also on how this pneumonia virus continues to work on him.
cgi) analysis showed the virus to be closely related to murine pneumovirus (MPV), traditionally known as pneumonia virus of mice.
Another ruminant disease being investigated by scientists at ADRU is ovine progressive pneumonia virus (OPPV), which causes mastitis, respiratory distress, swelling of the knees (arthritis), and wasting in infected sheep.
His heart, attacked by a pneumonia virus, was almost four times its normal size from trying to pump blood with weakened muscles.
Huesman's heart, attacked by a pneumonia virus when he was 18, was almost four times its normal size from trying to pump blood with weakened muscles.
This decision has been made in response to the current serious health concerns in Hong Kong and the Asian region, attributable to the pneumonia virus known as SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome), and following the numerous travel advisories from many governments, the World Health Organization and the Center for Disease Control.
CHINA: Catholic church services during Holy Week in Hong Kong will be curtailed as an increasing number of people are infected with a deadly pneumonia virus.
A GERMAN biotechnology company has developed a new high-speed test for Sars, the deadly pneumonia virus sweeping the globe.
A GERMAN biotechnology company has developed a high-speed test for Sars, the deadly pneumonia virus.
Southeast Asian finance ministers canceled Thursday a two-day meeting set for later this month in Manila as an outbreak of an often deadly pneumonia virus shows no signs of abating.
Airlines are now offering surgical masks on flights from Asia to passengers seeking to protect themselves from the pneumonia virus.
This time it is the mysterious pneumonia virus known as SARS.