Oroya fever

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Related to bartonellosis: Bartonella, Bartonella henselae
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O·ro·ya fe·ver

n. Oroya, fiebre de, fiebre (calentura) muy elevada que se observa en el Perú y se manifiesta con anemia perniciosa y extrema sensibilidad del tejido hemopoyético.
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