Respiratory System and Dengue Infection, least known culprit

Raza Ullah, Shabana Naz

Abstract


Dengue is an acute febrile disease caused by a virus known as flavivirus. It is a common arboviral infection in humans. Many Dengue fever (DF) cases are self-limiting. It occurs in two forms: Dengue Fever, a milder form of the disease and Dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF), the most severe form. If untreated, mortality from the complications of DF is as high as 20%.


Keywords


Respiratory System; Virus; Dengue

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