Brazilian hemorrhagic fever

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Synonyms: Sabia hemorrhagic fever

Brazilian hemorrhagic fever caused by the Sabia virus (a newly discovered arenavirus) is a viral hemorrhagic fever believed to originate from Sao Paulo Brazil with only 3 reported cases (2 of which were due to laboratory accidents) to date characterized by fever nausea vomiting myalgia tremors and hemorragic manifestations such as conjunctival petechia and haematemesis leading potentially to shock coma and death.

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