Y L Fedorchenko

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Haemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) is a severe virus-induced disease with renal involvement, first described in 1935 in the Far East of Russia. It is a zoonosis, with humans being affected by contact with animals (or their excretions) carrying the virus. While it was originally thought that the disease was unique to the Asian part of Russia, more(More)
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