Viral diseases articles

Acute Infection by HIV - Acute Retroviral Syndrome Acute HIV infection, also called acute retroviral syndrome is a flu-like frame, which appears 2 to 4 weeks after the patient has been infected with HIV.
Viral diseases   Article saved: 21 June 2016
Viral shapes
Diseases Caused By Viruses Viruses are microscopic infectious agents, and up to 10,000 smaller than most bacteria. They are the most common biological structure on our planet, being more numerous than animals, plants, fungi, parasites and bacteria together.
Viral diseases   Article saved: 28 May 2016
How to handle AIDS?
AIDS is an infectious disease transmitted by a virus called HIV. To have AIDS a person must be infected with HIV, as AIDS does not exist without the presence of virus.
Viral diseases   Article saved: 26 August 2013
Measles symptoms
Measles - Symptoms, Transmission and Vaccine Measles is an infectious disease of viral origin, extremely contagious, capable of provoking diverse symptoms, like stains for the body, fever, cough, pharyngitis, conjunctivitis, etc.
Viral diseases   Article saved: 20 May 2017
Mumps - Symptoms, Transmission and Treatment Mumps, also known as infectious parotitis, epidemic parotitis or mumps, is a viral infection, very common in childhood, which is transmitted by the respiratory tract and which attacks the parotid gland.
Viral diseases   Article saved: 25 July 2018
Symptoms of AIDS
Signs and Symptoms of AIDS/HIV Contrary to what many people think, being HIV positive is not the same as having AIDS (AIDS). For the diagnosis of AIDS, besides the presence of HIV, the existence of at least one frame of disease caused by the virus that causes immunosuppression is needed.
Viral diseases   Article saved: 13 July 2013
Dengue rash
Symptoms of Dengue and Hemorrhagic Dengue Dengue is a viral disease transmitted by mosquitoes most common worldwide.
Viral diseases   Article saved: 04 December 2015
Haemagogus mosquito
Yellow Fever - Vaccine, Outbreaks and Symptoms Yellow fever is an infectious disease of viral origin, transmitted through the mosquito bite of the genus Haemagogus. It is a disease that currently affects only countries in central Africa and northern South America, including Brazil, where it is usually confined to wild areas.
Viral diseases   Article saved: 22 July 2017
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