Maleŋdït

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Maleŋdït
Smallpox virus virions TEM PHIL 1849.JPG
infectious disease, disease (class)
Subclass ofviral infectious disease, skin disease, Poxviridae infectious disease, eradicated disease, disease (individual) Cokic
Has causeVariola virus (vaccinia) Cokic
Afflictshuman Cokic
Health specialtyinfectious diseases Cokic
Medical examinationphysical examination, electron microscope, passive hemagglutination test Cokic
Drug or therapy used for treatmentmetisazone, tecovirimat Cokic
Anatomical locationzone of skin Cokic
Dissolved, abolished or demolished date1978 Cokic
Described at URLhttps://www.cdc.gov.tw/Disease/SubIndex/r-efSTx60KilIEf_MlwknA Cokic
Has natural reservoirhuman Cokic
WordLift URLhttp://data.medicalrecords.com/medicalrecords/healthwise/smallpox Cokic
ICD-9-CM050.9, 050 Cokic
ICPC 2 IDA76 Cokic
NCI Thesaurus IDC35027 Cokic
Patientplus IDSmallpox Cokic

Maleŋdït[1]

Dikconari[cokic | cok tënëyökic]

  1. Brisco, Mike and Roger Blench. 2006. English to Dinka Glossary: Derived from SIL International's 2005 Draft Dinka-English Dictionary. Kay Williamson Educational Foundation / SIL International.