viral encephalomyelitides

viral encephalomyelitides

[′vī·rəl in¦sef·ə·lō‚mī·ə′lid·ə·dēz]
(medicine)
A group of several encephalitis diseases caused by various viruses; includes epidemic encephalitis, equine encephalitides, and Japanese B encephalitis.
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Several neurologic conditions were considered in the differential diagnosis, including other viral encephalomyelitides (rabies, Aujesky disease, Borna disease, EHV-1 myeloencephalopathy, WEEV, and WNV encephalomyelitis), bacterial meningitis, listeriosis, leukoencephalomalacia, lead poisoning, equine protozoal myeloencephalitis, nigropallidal encephalomalacia, botulism, and verminous encephalitis.