Viral hemorrhagic fever

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Viral hemorrhagic fever (Trojon)
Classification and external resources
ICD-10 A96.-A99.
eMedicine article/830594
MeSH D006482

Viral hemorrhagic fever is the name for a number of diseases. They often include fever and bleeding. They are caused by viruses. These fevers are one of the possible causes of the Black Death (most people think it is the bubonic plague).[1]

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  1. "Black Death did not kill indiscriminately." January 29, 2008, Will Dunham. Reuters.