- a contagious viral disease that is a milder form of measles lasting three or four days
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the common name for Rubella
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Rubella is another term for German measles, an acute viral illness that starts as an upper respiratory infection and evolves into a generalised rash. Immunisation is advisable (MMR vaccine). Testing for Rubella antibody titres is performed routinely in pregnant females as a check for German measles immunity. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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A contagious viral infection that can cause serious birth defects if a pregnant woman is affected. It is important to become immunized before pregnancy if you have never had the infection. Common symptoms include a rash on the face that spreads to the trunk and limbs, a low grade fever, swollen glands, joint pains, headaches and conjunctivitis. ...
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German measles: see rubella.
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German measles (Rubella or Rose Measles) is a mild acute infection with a rose coloured rash which develops at the onset of the disease. There are enlarged tender glands in the neck and sometimes in the axillae and groins, and slight malaise. The disease is very infectious and spreads by direct contact. The quarantine period is twenty-one days, and
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Type: Term Synonyms: rubella
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Mild, communicable virus disease, usually caught by children. It is marked by a sore throat, pinkish rash, and slight fever, and has an incubation period of two to three weeks. If a woman contracts it in the first three months of pregnancy, it may cause serious damage to the unborn child
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Also called rubella, German measles is a highly contagious viral disease causing a mild red rash that can cause serious birth defects
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