Medical Definition of Infectious porcine encephalomyelitis

1. Porcine polioencephalomyelitis; a disease of swine caused by porcine enterovirus 1 and resembling human poliomyelitis; it is characterised by stiffness, convulsions, paralysis, and prostration, and is widespread in Europe, with most serious losses occurring in Poland and the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Synonym: infectious porcine encephalomyelitis, porcine polioencephalomyelitis. Origin: Teschen, Silisia (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Infectious Porcine Encephalomyelitis

infectious hepatitis virus
infectious icterus
infectious jaundice
infectious mono
infectious mononucleosis
infectious myositis
infectious myringitis
infectious necrotic hepatitis of sheep
infectious ophthalmia
infectious pancreatic necrosis virus
infectious papilloma of cattle
infectious period
infectious plasmid
infectious polyneuritis
infectious porcine encephalomyelitis (current term)
infectious porcine encephalomyelitis virus
infectious serositis
infectious sinusitis of turkeys
infectious synovitis
infectious warts
infective agent
infective embolism
infective endocarditis
infective jaundice
infective thrombus

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