The Dengue

@article{Richtlijn2014TheD,
  title={The Dengue},
  author={Dengue Richtlijn},
  journal={The Hospital},
  year={2014},
  volume={34},
  pages={344 - 345}
}
Synonyms. *?Dengue fever, dandy fever, broken wing, break-bone fever, break-heart fever. The word dengue means, in Spanish, affectation, and corresponds thus very well to many of the other names which have, in various languages, been given to the disease. The natural explanation of the term seems, therefore, to be that it has been introduced into other languages from Spanish, which transition would very easily have taken place, considering that Spain was the first country in Europe in which… 

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