Japanese b encephalitis



Japanese B encephalitis Jap·a·nese B encephalitis (jāp’ə-nēz’, -nēs’)
n.
An epidemic encephalitis or encephalomyelitis of Japan, Siberia, and other parts of Asia, caused by a virus of the genus Flavivirus.

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