Katayama syndrome

Katayama syndrome
Katayama syndrome n SCHISTOSOMIASIS JAPONICA specif an acute form usu. occurring several weeks after initial infection with the causative schistosome (Schistosoma japonicum) called also Katayama disease, Katayama fever

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