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What is Vaccinia?

What is Vaccinia?

  • Vaccinia: A cowpox virus that was initially used for human smallpox vaccines.
  • Vaccinia: The cutaneous and occasional systemic reactions associated with vaccination using smallpox (variola) vaccine.
    Source - Diseases Database
  • Vaccinia: a local infection induced in humans by innoculation with the virus causing cowpox in order to confer resistance to smallpox; normally lasts three weeks and leaves a pitted scar.
    Source - WordNet 2.1

Vaccinia: Introduction

Types of Vaccinia:

Types of Vaccinia:

Broader types of Vaccinia:

How serious is Vaccinia?

Complications of Vaccinia: see complications of Vaccinia

What causes Vaccinia?

Causes of Vaccinia: see causes of Vaccinia

What are the symptoms of Vaccinia?

Symptoms of Vaccinia: see symptoms of Vaccinia

Complications of Vaccinia: see complications of Vaccinia

Can anyone else get Vaccinia?

More information: see contagiousness of Vaccinia
Inheritance: see inheritance of Vaccinia

Vaccinia: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Vaccinia.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Vaccinia.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Vaccinia: Infectious Disease Specialist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Vaccinia.
Treatments for Vaccinia: see treatments for Vaccinia
Research for Vaccinia: see research for Vaccinia

Name and Aliases of Vaccinia

Main name of condition: Vaccinia

Other names or spellings for Vaccinia:

Poxvirus officinale Source - Diseases Database

Vaccina, Variola vaccine, Variola vaccinia, Variola vaccina
Source - WordNet 2.1

 

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