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Infektionen durch Rhinoviren, RS-Virus und Reo-Viren, Virusschnupfen und Viruskatarrh

  • W. D. Germer
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Part of the Infektionskrankheiten book series (INNEREN)

Zusammenfassung

Der Schnupfen, auch Erkältungskrankheit, und von den Angloamerikanern Common Cold genannt, ist eine infektiöse katarrhalische Entzündung der oberen und mittleren Luftwege, die als Nasenschleimhautentzündung (Coryza) oder als Rachenkatarrh (Tonsillo-Pharyngitis) sowie auch als Katarrh der mittleren Luftwege (Laryngo-Tracheitis oder -Bronchitis) in Erscheinung treten kann. Der Virusschnupfen ist eine der häufigsten Krankheiten des Menschen und damit von größter volkswirtschaftlicher Bedeutung.

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