enterovirus infection of the central nervous system of humans: lack of association with chronic neurological disease.
Coxsackie virus-A type of enterovirus that may produce a variety of illnesses, including upper respiratory infections, myocarditis, and pericarditis.
In 1998, a serious outbreak of enterovirus in Taiwan resulted in more than 1 million cases of hand-foot-and-mouth disease.
Children with immunoglobulin deficiencies are also prone to viral infections, including echovirus, enterovirus, and hepatitis B.
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