Poliomyelitis ("polio"), or infantile paralysis, is a viral paralytic disease. The causative agent, a virus called poliovirus (PV), enters the body orally, infecting the intestinal lining. It may proceed to the blood stream and into the central nervous system causing muscle weakness and often paralysis.
An echovirus is a type of RNA virus that belongs to the genus Enterovirus of the Picornaviridae family. ...
Polio as related to ECHO virus
- CDC Global Health - Polio - Updates on CDC’s Polio ...
Echoviruses infections are extremely common. In the United States, Echovirus infections occur most often in the summer and fall. Following good personal hygiene ...
- CDC Global Health - Polio - What Is Polio
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. A polio by another name. ... But a body of evidence is growing linking Chronic Fatigue Syndrome ... along with so-called echo viruses.
- Non-Polio Enteroviruses - EnteroVirus Foundation
Non-Polio Enteroviruses. Non-polio viruses include coxsackie A, coxsackie B, echoviruses, and the numbered enteroviruses. From 2002-2004, echoviruses 9 and 30 …
- Pregnancy outcome following infections by coxsackie, echo ...
Polio Incubation Period - Polio Home Page
The period between polio transmission and the start of polio symptoms is called the polio incubation period. This period can be as short as 4 days or as long as 35 days.
- Enterovirus | ARUPConsult
Enteroviral disease is a common, under-recognized childhood illness. Epidemiology. Prevalence – non-polio enteroviruses cause 10-15 million symptomatic cases ...
- Polio Echo in Phoenix, Arizona (AZ) - NonProfitFacts.com
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