jungle yellow fever


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jungle yellow fever

[′jəŋ·gəl ′yel·ō ′fē·vər]
(medicine)
A form of yellow fever endemic in forested areas of Brazil.
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The role of Aedes leucocelaenus in the epidemiology of jungle yellow fever.
However, cases of jungle yellow fever still occur despite the existence of a potent vaccine and immunization campaigns focused on areas endemic for the jungle form of the disease (1).
During 1998 to 1999, 106 cases of jungle yellow fever were confirmed, with 40 deaths (37.