Japanese encephalitis in children

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Nurhayati Masloman
H S Widarso
W Cicilia

Abstract

Japanese encephalitis is a zoonotic disease caused
by Japanese encephalitis virus, attacking domestic
animals, mainly pigs and birds. It is transmitted
to humans by mosquito bites, namely Culex
tritaeniorhyncus.

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How to Cite
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Masloman N, Widarso H, Cicilia W. Japanese encephalitis in children. PI [Internet]. 10Oct.2016 [cited 22Nov.2019];45(1):46-. Available from: https://paediatricaindonesiana.org/index.php/paediatrica-indonesiana/article/view/797
Section
Case Report
Author Biographies

Nurhayati Masloman

Department of Child Health, Sam Ratulangi, Medical School,
Manado Hospital

H S Widarso

Division of Zoonosis, Directorate of Infectious Disease Control, Ministry of Health, Indonesia

W Cicilia

Division of Zoonosis, Directorate of Infectious Disease Control, Ministry of Health, Indonesia
Received 2016-10-05
Accepted 2016-10-05
Published 2016-10-10

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