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Pappatacifieber

  • B. Malamos
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Zusammenfassung

Die durch Phlebotomus papatasii übertragene Viruskrankheit charakterisiert sich durch ein wenige Tage andauerndes Fieber, Kopfschmerzen, Augenschmerzen und -Druck, Conjunctivitis und eine erhebliche Beeinflussung des Allgemeinbefindens. DerVerlaufist fast stets ein gutartiger, und zuweilen folgt eine langdauernde Rekonvaleszenzperiode. Die Erkrankung wird Pappatacifieber, Phlebotomus-Fieber, Sandly-Fever, 3-Tage-Fieber, Hundskrankheit und Sommerfieber genannt.

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