1. an acute and highly contagious viral disease marked by distinct red spots followed by a rash; occurs primarily in children
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How To Use morbilli In A Sentence

  • Less obvious, however, are the deaths from morbilli of wild seals and porpoises in several parts of the world and the equine morbilli in Australia that has not only killed the horses infected, but two of their trainers besides.
  • - Also called rubeola and morbilli, it is one of the commonest childhood infectious exanthems. Chapter 13
  • Biologists familiar with the morbilli virus say nothing can be done for animals once they are infected.
  • One virus of interest is morbilli, which can cause a measle-like, highly contagious illness in mammals.
  • Measles is a highly contagious respiratory infection caused by the morbillivirus.
  • Morbillivirus infections which were not documented in aquatic mammals until 1988,
  • Morbillivirus is a type of virus that causes serious disease in several species of animals and in people.
  • Measles (also called rubeola or morbilli) was once one of the most common childhood infections in North America.
  • The cause was also reported to be a morbillivirus, but the infection may have spread so widely because the animals' immune systems were compromised by pollutants.
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