Kashin-bek disease

Kashin-Bek disease Ka·shin-Bek disease (kä’shĭn-běk’)
A form of generalized osteoarthrosis endemic in certain areas of Asia and possibly caused by eating wheat infected with the fungus Fusarium sporotrichiella.


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