Murray Valley Encephalitis: Disease Bioinformatics
Murray Valley encephalitis is a viral disease that causes brain inflammation. Individuals are infected by bites from mosquitoes that carry the disease. Symptoms of Murray Valley encephalitis include fever, headache, drowsiness, and seizures and can develop between seven to twenty-eight days after being bitten. In many cases, symptoms disappear after one to two weeks and individuals with Murray Valley encephalitis make a full recovery. However, the disease can cause brain damage in some cases. There is no cure for Murray Valley encephalitis, but it can be prevented by avoiding mosquito bites.
Murray Valley Encephalitis Bioinformatics Tool
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