Medical Definition of Viral myocarditis

1. Inflammation of the heart muscle that is caused by an infection with a virus. Coxsackie B is most common in the U.S.A., but Coxsackie A, influenza, rubeola, rubella, Adenovirus, HIV and echovirus can all cause myocarditis. (27 Sep 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Viral Myocarditis

viral hemorrhagic fever
viral hepatitis
viral hepatitis type A
viral hepatitis type B
viral hepatitis type C
viral hepatitis type D
viral hepatitis type E
viral hepatitis vaccines
viral infection
viral interference
viral load
viral marketing
viral matrix proteins
viral media
viral meningitis
viral myocarditis (current term)
viral nonstructural proteins
viral oncogene
viral pericarditis
viral physiology
viral pneumonia
viral probe
viral proteins
viral regulatory proteins
viral strand
viral structural proteins
viral tail proteins
viral therapy
viral transformation
viral vaccines

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