phlebotomus fever

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phle·bot·o·mus fever

 (flĭ-bŏt′ə-məs)
[New Latin Phlebotomus, sand fly genus (from Late Latin phlebotomus, lancet, from Greek phlebotomos, opening a vein; see phlebotomy).]
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The statistics of the ministry confirmed that the epidemiological and infectious diseases spread in Dhofar governorate during the year 2018 were foot-and-mouth disease, dermatitis and three-day fever. The veterinary clinics in the governorate treated 4,042 of the infected animals, while 387 died.
The data provided by the ministry revealed that the epidemiological and infectious diseases spread in Dhofar Governorate during the year 2018 were foot and mouth disease, dermatitis and three-day fever. The various veterinary clinics in the governorate treated 4,042 of the infected cases, while 387 died.
We used the keywords "sand fly," "Phlebovirus," "Bunyaviridae," "Phenuiviridae," "sand fly fever," "pappataci fever," "three-day fever," "sand-fly fever," "Toscana virus," "Sicilian virus," "Naples virus," "SFSV," and "SFNV" matched with "Balkan," "Balkan Peninsula," "Yugoslavia," "Slovenia," "Croatia," "Bosnia-Herzegovina," "Macedonia," "Republic of Macedonia," "Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia," "FYROM," "RoM," "Albania," "Bulgaria," "Greece," "Montenegro," "Romania," "Moldova," "Serbia," and "Kosovo" for the research.