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Term:
Bolivian hemorrhagic fever (DOID:0050195)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
acute disseminated encephalomyelitis +   
adult T-cell leukemia  
Arbovirus Infections +   
Argentine hemorrhagic fever 
Barmah Forest virus disease 
Bolivian hemorrhagic fever 
Diseases caused by American hemorrhagic fever viruses (ARENAVIRUSES, NEW WORLD).
Brazilian hemorrhagic fever 
Central Nervous System Viral Diseases +   
Chapare hemorrhagic fever 
chronic fatigue syndrome  
Coinfection 
common wart  
Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever  
dengue disease +   
DNA Virus Infections +   
Ebola hemorrhagic fever  
focal epithelial hyperplasia 
hand, foot and mouth disease  
Hantavirus hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome +   
hepatitis A  
hepatitis D +  
immunodeficiency 31B  
Interferon Gamma, Receptor 1, Deficiency  
Kyasanur forest disease +  
Lassa fever  
lujo hemorrhagic fever 
lymphocytic choriomeningitis  
Marburg hemorrhagic fever 
O'nyong'nyong fever 
Omsk hemorrhagic fever 
Opportunistic Infections +   
Oropouche fever  
plantar wart 
respiratory syncytial virus infectious disease  
Rift Valley fever  
RNA Virus Infections +   
Ross River fever 
Sexually Transmitted Diseases +   
Slow Virus Diseases +   
subacute sclerosing panencephalitis +   
Tumor Virus Infections +   
Venezuelan hemorrhagic fever 
Viral Bronchiolitis  
viral esophagitis 
viral exanthem +   
Viral Eye Infections +   
viral gastritis +  
viral hepatitis +   
viral labyrinthitis 
viral laryngitis 
Viral Myocarditis  
viral pneumonia  
Viral Skin Diseases +   
Viremia +   
Whitewater Arroyo hemorrhagic fever 
yellow fever  
Zika fever +   
Zoonoses +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: American Hemorrhagic Fever ;   Argentinian Hemorrhagic Fever
Primary IDs: MESH:D006478 ;   RDO:0005765
Definition Sources: http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/eid/vol1no3/kilgore.htm "DO" "DO", MESH:D006478

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