Inflammation of the brain, caused by infection or an allergic reaction
A category of viral diseases that affects horses and, in some cases, humans
Clinical term for chronic fatigue syndrome.
Any of several types of viral encephalitis occurring in parts of Russia; specifically = Russian spring–summer encephalitis.
A severe form of encephalitis that occurs primarily in Australia
A form of encephalitis caused by a virus and characterized by headache and drowsiness leading to coma
A form of viral encephalitis that can be fatal and is transmitted by mosquitoes
A rare viral disease that affects horses and humans and is spread by mosquitoes, occurring mainly in eastern US states
A severe form of encephalitis occurring primarily in Australia
The form of viral encephalitis caused by the eastern subtype of tick-borne encephalitis virus (a flavivirus), which occurs especially in the spring and summer in Siberia, and is transmitted by the tick Ixodes persulcatus.