Rabbit fever, pahvant valley plague, ohara disease, yatobyo (japan), lemming fever


(Rabbit fever, pahvant valley plague, ohara disease, yatobyo (japan), lemming fever): An infection which can be spread from animals to humans to cause an acute, febrile, granulomatous infection

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