Omsk hemorrhagic fever

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A tick-borne viral hemorrhagic fever caused by a flavivirus that is prevalent in western Siberia, first described by physicians in Omsk, Russia. A similar or identical disease occurs elsewhere, for instance, in Kyasanur Forest in India.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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