Japanese encephalitis

What is Japanese encephalitis?

Japanese encephalitis is a form of acute viral infection of brain parenchyma caused by Japanese encephalitis virus of flavi viridae group transmitted by culex mosquito.

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My daughter and i are travelling to southeast asia next week (leaving 6/17) but in our excitement to make travel plans we completely overlooked the...

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Go ahead with vaccine, its very effective

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Hi - I have Stage VI Follicular Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma and am traveling to Bali in August - what shots am I able to get? I went to Africa in 2007...

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Vaccination is done with caution and careful observation in the presence of immune compromised state. Live vaccines are...

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WHAT IS ALERT ENCEPHALITIS?

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Hi Ridhi malani
Encephalitis is an infection of the brain ususally caused by viruses such as Japanese encephalitis virus, Herpes virus, This leads...

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WHAT IS ALERT ENCEPHALITIS?

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my daughter age is 18 months she s not take in brain fever vaccine it s neccessary to take in this vaccine?

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