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Viruses: Viruses as a risk factor for other conditions.
Introduction: There are various other conditions for which viruses are a risk factor. Every type of virus has its own set of complications or associated conditions. Furthermore, certain types of medical conditions are known to arise after a virus, including secondary bacterial infections and certain post-viral syndromes (including some autoimmune diseases). For general information on viruses, see also viruses, complications of viruses, and viruses as a symptom.

Condition count: 33; see list of conditions below.
Risk factor subtypes: HIV-AIDS (19)
Risk factor classes: Infections (18), Diseases (130)

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Viruses: Diseases list

The following list of medical conditions have 'Viruses' or similar listed as a risk factor in our database:

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B

C

E

F

G

H

I

K

L

M

N

O

P

S

T

V

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