Variola

Smallpox

variola

(vә-ri´o-lә) smallpox. adj., vari´olar, vario´lous, adj. . variola minor a mild form of smallpox having a low fatality rate.
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Variola

• (n.) The smallpox.
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Variola

[Serranidae] Variola is a genus of fish in the Serranidae family. ...
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Variola

Va·ri'o·la noun [ Late Latin , from Latin varius various. See Various .] (Medicine) The smallpox.
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Variola

another term for smallpox
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Variola

Another term for smallpox, which is an acute, highly infectious, often lethal viral disease characterized by chills, fever, headache and eventual formation of widespread pus-filled blisters. The smallpox virus has been eradicated from the world's population and currently exists in only two high-containment laboratories.
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Variola

see smallpox
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variola

smallpox
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Variola

smallpox
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variola

Type: Term Pronunciation: vă-rī′ō-lă Synonyms: smallpox
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Variola

Variola: Smallpox, a highly contagious and frequently fatal viral disease characterized by a biphasic (double-humped) fever and a distinctive skin rash that (if the patient survived) left pock marks in its wake. The English physician Edward Jenner (1749-1823) exploited the fact that cowpox created immunity to smallpox and successfully developed an ...
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