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arbovirus

[′är·bə‚vī·rəs]
(virology)
Small, arthropod-borne animal viruses that are unstable at room temperature and inactivated by sodium deoxycholate; cause several types of encephalitis. Also known as arthropod-borne virus.
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In 2016, 2,240 cases of domestic arboviral diseases were reported to CDC.
Olympic team, planned a pretravel evaluation of arboviral infections with a postgames follow-up.
Serologic evidence of arboviral infections among humans in Kenya.
Chikungunya's swift spread was a clear indicator that vector control strategies, as they are applied today, are insufficient to contain arboviral diseases.
The arboviral diseases (arthropod-borne viral) are caused by a wide variety of RNA viruses with a life cycle that requires both a host (birds or mammals) and a vector (6).
In Texas, arboviral surveillance systems were first initiated to mitigate outbreaks of West Nile virus (WNV).
Almost all of the territorial cases have occurred in Puerto Rico, according to data reported to the CDC's Arboviral Disease Branch.
The leading cause of domestically acquired arboviral disease in the United States is West Nile virus (WNV) (1).
Because a yellow fever outbreak is ongoing in Angola, the diagnosis of other arboviral infections is needed for conducting appropriate clinical and public health interventions and precise surveillance.
The number one cause of pediatric neuroinvasive arboviral disease in the United States turns out to be--to the surprise of most physicians--La Crosse virus.
According to available data, dengue fever is a re-emerging arboviral disease in more than 100 tropical and sub-tropical countries of the world with estimated caseload of 50-100 millions of dengue fever and 0.
For rails, diagnostic tests included a complete blood count, plasma biochemical analysis, plasma protein electrophoresis0 genus-specific plasma enzyme-linked immunoassay (ELISA) for Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC) antigen, arboviral serologic testing, culture for enteric pathogens (Salmonella and Campylobacter species) and Mycobacterium species, fecal examination for parasites, and genus-specific polymerase chain reaction assay for fecal MAC antigen.