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rubella


Many people infected with the rubella virus do not develop any symptoms, but all are contagious.
  also known as German measles; a contagious viral disease that is a milder form of measles lasting three or four days; can be damaging to a fetus during the first trimester
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rubella German measles
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Associated words [difficulty]:   rubella , measles [3] , pneumonia [1] , TB [2] , asthma [2] , influenza [2] , malaria [2] , smallpox [2] , cholera [3] , diabetes [3] , measles [3] , polio [3] , typhoid [3] , ALS [4] , anemic [4] , sepsis [4] , yellow fever [4] , anemia [5] , lupus [5] , diphtheria [6] , hernia [6] , leprosy [6] , meningitis [6] , anthrax [7] , cerebral palsy [7] , encephalitis [7] , multiple sclerosis [7] , varicose veins [7] , Addison’s disease [8] , Lyme disease [8] , dengue fever [8] , emphysema [8] , hemorrhagic fever [8] , hypertension [8] , osteoporosis [8] , psoriasis [8] , Parkinson’s disease [9] , autoimmune disease [9] , carpal tunnel syndrome [9] , myasthenia gravis [9] , type 1 diabetes [9] , type 2 diabetes [9]
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