Synonyms for poliomyelitis or Related words with poliomyelitis
Examples of "poliomyelitis"
"Neurogenic": intercostal neuroma, Neurofibromatosis type 1,
Cannella died of
on February 3, 1946.
After data from 1988 to 1989 on rates of
and vaccination coverage were reviewed, high-risk areas were identified. In these areas, persons received supplementary vaccination in 1989-1990. By 1991, rates of
had begun to fall.
11. Vyaghreswarudu C, Sastry PB. PLACENTAL IMPLANTS IN
. Indian Pract. 1965 Jul;18:537-9.
A rare condition with a similar presentation, nonpoliovirus
, may result from infections with nonpoliovirus enteroviruses.
In 1956, Watts contracted chronic bulbar
which left him with paraplegia.
vaccine,” correspondence. "J Am Med Assoc" 160: 231–32, January 21.*
Racaniello’s laboratory constructed the first small animal model of
In December 2009 he reaffirmed the government's commitment to eliminate
and other childhood killer diseases.
The research in this institute is about dengue fever, diarrheal diseases, HIV, leptospirosis and
Mice infected with any of these viruses exhibited symptoms of
His disability was caused by
, which he contracted in 1947.
At the age of two, Nino became affected by
, the disease left him handicapped.
observed in humans including flaccid paralysis and spinal cord lesions.
is a disease of the central nervous system; however it is believed that
Laidler never married. He died of
on 23 November 1940.
Included in AFP's list are
(polio), transverse myelitis, Guillain–Barré syndrome, enteroviral encephalopathy, traumatic neuritis, Reye's syndrome, etc.
Novices and convent candidates at a Wisconsin convent were diagnosed with "encephalitis" in 1936. Two towns in Switzerland had outbreaks of "abortive
" in 1937, and 73 Swiss soldiers were given the same diagnosis in 1939. Outbreaks in Iceland were called "Akureyri disease" or "simulating
" and were later called "Iceland disease." 800 people in Adelaide, Australia became ill during 1949-1951 with a disease "resembling
." Two smaller clusters in the United States during 1950 were diagnosed as "Epidemic neuromyasthenia" and "resembling Iceland disease simulating acute anterior
." Additional outbreaks of
-like "mystery diseases" occurred from the 1950s through the 1980s in Denmark, the United States, South Africa, and Australia, among others.
The differential diagnosis includes neuromuscular disorders (i.e. cerebral palsy, spinal dysraphism,
), skeletal dysplasias, and juvenile idiopathic arthritis.
This is a timeline of
, describing major events, such as vaccine releases, historic epidemics, and major organizations.
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