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Grippe (Influenza)

  • Rudolf Massini
  • Hermann Baur
Part of the Handbuch der Inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 1 / 0)

Zusammenfassung

Influenza ist eine akute Infektionskrankheit des Menschen, welche durch einem der vershiedenen Stämme des epitheliotropen Influenzavirus verursacht wird und ein charakteristisches epidemiologisches Verhalten zeight: Sie führte häufig in der kalten Jahreszeit zu epidemischer, in Abständen von 25–40 Jahren zu pandemischer Ausbreitung mit sehr groβer Mortalität.

Synonyma

Französisch: la grippe Italienisch englisch: Influenza Englisch auch: grip Ferner: Epidemische Influenza epidemischer Katarrh. 

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