Marburg hemorrhagic fever

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Related to Marburg hemorrhagic fever: viral hemorrhagic fever, African hemorrhagic fever
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Noun1.Marburg hemorrhagic fever - a viral disease of green monkeys caused by the Marburg virusMarburg hemorrhagic fever - a viral disease of green monkeys caused by the Marburg virus; when transmitted to humans it causes serious or fatal illness
haemorrhagic fever, hemorrhagic fever, VHF, viral haemorrhagic fever, viral hemorrhagic fever - a group of illnesses caused by a viral infection (usually restricted to a specific geographic area); fever and gastrointestinal symptoms are followed by capillary hemorrhage
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Pathogenesis of Marburg hemorrhagic fever in cynomolgus macaques.
Two recent animal studies have indicated promise for vaccines that protect against Ebola virus and Marburg hemorrhagic fever.
Marburg hemorrhagic fever (MHF) is a rare, viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF); the causative agent is an RNA virus in the family Filoviridae, and growing evidence demonstrates that fruit bats are the natural reservoir of Marburg virus (MARV) (1,2).
Risk and crisis communication should be an integral part of governments' planning and preparation for everything from bioterrorism to Marburg hemorrhagic fever. In the latter, crisis communication has included everything from raising awareness of how to handle dead bodies to fear-assuaging explanations about the use of bio-suits.
The causative agents of Ebola hemorrhagic fever, Marburg hemorrhagic fever, C-CHFV, Rift Valley fever, and yellow fever are all endemic in East and Central Africa, and sporadic cases, as well as outbreaks, are likely to continue to occur in this region (3-5).
Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever and Marburg hemorrhagic fever have occurred in Europe.