Mumps

  • Sandra J. Holmes

Abstract

Mumps is an acute contagious disease caused by a para-myxovirus. Infection with the mumps virus typically results in unilateral or bilateral parotitis. However, parotitis may be absent with only nonspecific or respiratory symptoms present, or the infection may be asymptomatic. Serious complications are rare.

Keywords

Aseptic Meningitis Mumps Virus Acute Viral Infection Mumps Vaccine Mumps Infection 
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  • Sandra J. Holmes
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  1. 1.Center for Pediatric ResearchEastern Virginia Medical SchoolNorfolkUSA

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