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Definitions of RUBELLA
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German measles, roethein, epidemic roseola, rubeola; an acute exanthematous disease resembling in several respects both measles and scarlet fever, having the catarrhal symptoms of the former and the angina of the latter; the rash more nearly resembles that of measles than of scarlatina; the constitutional symptoms are usually very mild. The incubation period varies between 5 and 20 days.
By Stedman, Thomas Lathrop
By Thomas Davidson
[Latin] German measles; rotheln; epidemic roseola. A specific infectious disease resembling measles, but distinguished by the fact that the eruption sets in immediately or within a few hours after the onset of the disease, is accompanied by only slight catarrhal symptoms, is lighter in color and not arranged in crescentic groups, and disappears without sequelae in a week, Treatment, rest in bed.
By Alexander Duane
By Willam Alexander Newman Dorland
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