Russian spring-summer encephalitis

Russian spring-summer encephalitis
Rus·sian spring-sum·mer encephalitis 'rəsh-ən-.spriŋ-'səm-ər- n a tick-borne encephalitis of Europe and Asia that is transmitted by ticks of the genus Ixodes see LOUPING ILL

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Russian tick-borne encephalitis the severe form of tick-borne encephalitis, occurring mainly in the far eastern part of Russia.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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