Medical Definition of Eastern equine encephalomyelitis

1. A form of mosquito-borne equine encephalomyelitis seen in the eastern U.S. And caused by the eastern equine encephalomyelitis virus, a species of Alphavirus, which belongs to the family Togaviridae; initial fever and viraemia are followed by signs of central nervous system involvement (excitement, then somnolence, paralysis, and death); the incidence of clinical infection in man is low but case fatality may be high. (05 Mar 2000)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis

easter proteinase
eastern United States
eastern chimpanzee
eastern chinquapin
eastern chipmunk
eastern coral snake
eastern cottontail
eastern cricket frog
eastern dasyure
eastern equine encephalomyelitis (current term)
eastern equine encephalomyelitis virus
eastern fence lizard
eastern flowering dogwood
eastern fox squirrel
eastern gorilla
eastern gorillas
eastern gray squirrel
eastern grey kangaroo
eastern ground snake
eastern hemisphere
eastern hemlock
eastern indigo snake
eastern jackrabbit
eastern jackrabbits

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