Rubeola

Can be measles or German measles

Rubeola

another term for measles
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Rubeola

Measles
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Rubeola

Ru·be'o·la noun [ New Latin , from Latin ruber red.] (Medicine) (a) the measles. (b) Rubella.
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rubeola

<virology> Also called measles, is an acute infectious disease caused by the measles virus, a Morbillivirus in the paramyxovirus family. ... Early symptoms include a low-grade fever, dry cough, pinkeye and cold symptoms. Later symptoms include tiny, white spots lining the inside of the cheeks (Koplik spots) and a red rash which starts on the ...
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rubeola

(roo-be´o-lә) (roo-be-o´lә) measles. French and Spanish for rubella.
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Rubeola

• (n.) Rubella. • (n.) the measles.
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rubeola

rubeola: see measles.
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rubeola

Type: Term Pronunciation: rū-bē′ō-lă, -bē-ō′lă Definitions: 1. A term used for measles; not to be confused with rubella among English speakers.
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