Pinyin/Haemorrhagic fever, viral

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Viral haemorrhagic fever is a general term for a severe illness, associated with bleeding, that may be caused by a number of viruses. The term is usually applied to disease caused by Arenaviridae (Lassa fever, Junin and Machupo), Bunyaviridae (Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever, Rift Valley Fever, Hantaan haemorrhagic fevers), Filoviridae (Ebola and Marburg) and Flaviviridae (yellow fever, dengue, Omsk haemorrhagic fever, Kyasanur forest disease).

Bìngdúxìng chūxuèrè fànzhǐ yóu shù-lèi bìngdú yǐnqǐ de, chángbàn yǐ chūxuè zhèngzhuàng de yīzhǒng yánzhòng jíbìng. Tōngcháng bìngyuán fēnshǔ 4 gè kē, jiùshì Arenaviridae kē (Lassa rè, Junin hé Machupo), Bunyaviridae kē (Crimean-Congo chūxuèrè, Rift Valley Rè, Hantaan chūxuèrè), Filoviridae kē (Ebola hé Marburg) yǐjí Flaviviridae kē (huángrèbìng, dengue, Omsk chūxuèrè, Kyasanur sēnlín bìng).