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Contents
List of Entries
Guide to Related Topics
Foreword
Preface
Introduction - TK
The Encyclopedia
Glossary
Bibliography
About the Editors and Contributors
Index
Entry List
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. See Human Immunodeficiency Virus 
(HIV)/AIDS.
AIDS. See Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)/AIDS.
AIDS in Africa 
AIDS in the U.S. 
AIDS, Literature, and the Arts in the U.S. 
Air and Epidemic Diseases 
Animal Diseases (Zoonoses) and Epidemics 
Animal Research 
Antonine Plague. See Plagues of the Roman Empire.
Antibiotics
Apothecary / Pharmacist 
Armstrong, Richard 
Arthropods. See Insects, Other Arthropods, and Epidemic Disease.
Astrology and Medicine
Avian Flu. See Influenza.
Avicenna (Ibn Sina) 
Ayurvedic Disease Theory and Medicine 
Babesiosis
Bacterium/Bacteria 
Bartonella Diseases
Behring, Emil von 
Biblical Plagues 
Bimaristan
Biological Warfare 
Bio-terrorism 
Bird Flu. See Influenza
Black Death (1347-52) 
Black Death and Late Medieval Christianity 
Black Death, Economic and Demographic Effects of 
Black Death, Flagellants, and Jews
Black Death: Literature and Art 
Black Death: Modern Medical Debate
Bubonic Plague 
Bubonic Plague in the United States
Bubonic Plague, Second Pandemic. See Black Death and related articles and Plague-related articles.
Capitalism and Epidemic Disease 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. See Public Health Agencies, U.S. Federal 
Cervical Cancer. See Human Papilloma Virus and Cervical Cancer.
Chadwick, Edwin 
Chagas Disease. See Sleeping Sickness.
Children and Childhood Epidemic Diseases
Childhood. See Children and Childhood Epidemic Diseases
Chinese Disease Theory and Medicine 
Chlamydia. See Gonorrhea.
Cholera
Cholera before the Pandemics
Cholera: First through Third Pandemics, 1816-1861 
Cholera: Fourth through Sixth Pandemics, 1863-1947 
Cholera: Seventh Pandemic, 1961-present 
Cinema and Epidemic Disease 
Colonialism and Epidemic Disease 
Conjunctivitis
Consumption. See Tuberculosis.
Contagion and Transmission 
Contagion Theory of Disease 
Cordon Sanitaire 
Corpses and Epidemic Disease 
Demographic Data Collection and Analysis, History of 
Dengue Fever. See Hemorrhagic Fevers; Hemorrhagic Fevers in Modern Africa.
Diagnosis and Diagnostic Tools 
Diagnosis of Historical Diseases 
Diagnostic Tools. See Diagnosis and Diagnostic Tools.
Diet, Nutrition, and Epidemic Disease 
Diphtheria
Disease in the Pre-Columbian Americas
Disease, Social Construction of 
Disinfection and Fumigation 
Doctor. See Empiric; Physician; Quack; Surgeon.
Drug Resistance in Microorganisms 
Dysentery
Early Humans, Infectious Diseases in 
Ebola. See Hemorrhagic Fevers; Hemorrhagic Fevers in Modern Africa.
Ecology. See Environment, Ecology, and Epidemic Disease.
Ectoparasites
Ehrlich, Paul 
Empiric
Encephalitis 
Encephalitis, Epidemic Outbreaks in the Twentieth Century
Enders, John Franklin
Enteric Fevers
Environment, Ecology, and Epidemic Disease 
Epidemic and Pandemic
Epidemiology
Epidemiology, History of 
Ergotism
Ethnicity. See Race, Ethnicity, and Epidemic Disease
Farr, William
Fernel, Jean
Film. See Cinema and Epidemic Disease 
First Plague Pandemic. See Plague of Justinian.
Flagellants. See Black Death, Flagellants, and Jews.
Flight 
Flu. See Influenza.
Folk Medicine 
Fracastoro, Girolamo 
French Disease. See Syphilis
Frost, W. H.
Fumigation. See Disinfection, Fumigation and Epidemic Disease.
Galen
Geopolitics, International Relations, and Epidemic Disease 
Germ Theory of Disease 
Gonorrhea
Gorgas, William C.
Great Plague of London. See London, Great Plague of.
Great Pox. See Syphilis
Greco-Roman Medical Theories and Practices 
Haffkine, Waldemar 
Hansen, Gerhard Armauer
Hansen's Disease. See Leprosy
Hantavirus. See Hemorrhagic Fevers; Hemorrhagic Fevers in Modern Africa.
Hemorrhagic Fevers 
Hemorrhagic Fevers in Modern Africa 
Henderson, D. A. 
Hepatitis
Heredity and Epidemic Disease
Hippocrates and the Hippocratic Corpus
Hippocratic Corpus. See Hippocrates.
Historical Epidemiology 
HIV/AIDS. See Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)/AIDS
Hospitals and Medical Education in Britain and the U.S.
Hospitals since 1900 
Hospitals to 1900 
Human Body 
Human Immunity and Resistance to Disease 
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)/AIDS 
Human Papilloma Virus and Cervical Cancer
Human Subjects Research 
Humoral Theory 
Immunity. See Human Immunity and Resistance to Disease
Immunization. See Vaccination and Inoculation
Immunology
Industrial Revolution 
Industrialization and Epidemic Disease 
Infantile Paralysis. See Poliomyelitis.
Influenza 
Influenza Pandemic, 1889-90 
Influenza Pandemic, 1918-19 
Inoculation. See Vaccination and Inoculation.
Insect Infestations 
Insects, Other Arthropods, and Epidemic Disease
Insecticide. See Pesticide.
International Health Agencies and Conventions
Irish Potato Famine and Epidemic Diseases, 1845-50 
Islamic Disease Theory and Medicine 
Jenner, Edward 
Jews. See Biblical Plagues; Black Death, Flagellants, and Jews
Kitasato, Shibasaburo 
Koch, Robert 
 
Lassa Fever. See Hemorrhagic Fevers; Hemorrhagic Fevers in Africa.
Latin America, Colonial: Effects of Imported Diseases 
Laveran, Alphonse 
Lazaretto. See Leprosarium; Pest Houses and Lazarettos.
Leeuwenhoek, Antony van 
Legionnaires' Disease 
Leprosarium
Leprosy
Leprosy in the Pre-modern World 
Leprosy in the United States 
Leprosy, Societal Reactions to
Literature, Disease in Modern 
London, Great Plague of (1665)
Lyme Disease 
Magic and Healing 
Malaria
Malaria and Modern Military History 
Malaria in Africa 
Malaria in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
Malaria in the Ancient World 
Malaria in the Americas 
Mallon, Mary 
Malthusianism
Manson, Patrick 
Marburg Virus. See Hemorrhagic Fevers; Hemorrhagic Fevers in Modern Africa.
Mather, Increase and Cotton 
Measles 
Measles Epidemic in Fiji (1875) and Eugenics
Measles in the Colonial Americas 
Measles, Global Effort to Eradicate 
Media. See News Media and Epidemic Disease; Popular Media and Epidemic Disease: 
Recent Trends
Medical Education in the West, 1100-1500 
Medical Education in the West, 1500-1900
Medical Education in the West, 1900- . See Hospitals and Medical Education since 
1900
Medical Ethics and Epidemic Disease
Meningitis
Miasma Theory. See Air and Epidemic Diseases
Microscope
Military. See War, the Military and Epidemic Disease
Napoleonic Wars
Neolithic Revolution 
News Media and Epidemic Disease
Nicolle, Charles 
Non-Governmental Agencies (NGOs) and Epidemic Disease 
Nurses and Nursing 
Paleopathology
Pan American Health Organization. See International Health Agencies and Conventions.
Pandemic. See Epidemic.
Panspermia Theory 
Paracelsianism
Paracelsus
Pasteur, Louis 
Penicillin
Personal Hygiene and Epidemic Disease 
Personal Liberty and Public Health 
Pertussis. See Whooping Cough.
Pest Houses and Lazarettos 
Pesticides 
Pettenkofer, Max Joseph von
Pharmaceutical Industry 
Pharmacist. See Apothecary / Pharmacist
Phthisis. See Tuberculosis
Physician
Pilgrimage and Epidemic Disease 
Pilgrims. See Pilgrimage.
Pink Eye. See Conjunctivitis.
Plague and Developments in Public Health, 1348-1600 
Plague in Africa: Third Pandemic 
Plague in Britain (1500-1647) 
Plague in China
Plague in East Asia: Third Pandemic
Plague in Europe, 1500-1770s
Plague in India and Oceania: Third Pandemic
Plague in Medieval Europe, 1360-1500 
Plague in San Francisco, 1900-1908 
Plague in the Contemporary World
Plague in the Islamic World, 1360-1500 
Plague in the Islamic World, 1500-1850 
Plague Literature and Art, Early Modern European
Plague Memorials 
Plague of Athens 
Plague of Cyprian. See Plagues of the Roman Empire
Plague of Justinian, First Pandemic 
Plague: End of the Second Pandemic 
Plagues of the Roman Empire 
Plagues of the Roman Republic 
Pneumonic and Septicemic Plague
Pneumonic Plague in Surat, Gujarat, India, 1994 
Poison Libels and Epidemic Disease 
Polio. See Poliomyelitis
Poliomyelitis 
Poliomyelitis and American Popular Culture 
Poliomyelitis, Campaign against
Popular Media and Epidemic Disease: Recent Trends
Poverty, Wealth, and Epidemic Disease 
Press. See News Media and Epidemic Disease
Protozoon, -zoa
Public Health Agencies in the West before 1900 
Public Health Agencies; Britain since 1800 
Public Health Agencies, U.S. Federal 
Public Health Posters 
Public Health in the Islamic World, 1000-1600
Public Health Service, U.S. See Public Health Agencies, U.S. Federal
 
Quacks, Charlatans, and their Remedies 
Quarantine
Race, Ethnicity, and Epidemic Disease 
Red Crescent. See Non-Governmental Agencies (NGOs) and Epidemic Disease.
Red Cross. See Non-Governmental Agencies (NGOs) and Epidemic Disease.
Reed, Walter 
Reed Commission. See Yellow Fever Commission.
Relapsing Fever 
Religion and Epidemic Disease 
Rhazes 
Rockefeller Foundation. See Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) & Epidemic Disease.
Romanticism. See Tuberculosis and Romanticism.
Ross, Ronald 
Rush, Benjamin
S.A.R.S. See Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
Sabin, Albert 
Salk, Jonas 
St. Vitus's Dance
Sanitation Movement of the 19th Century 
Sanatorium 
Scapegoats and Epidemic Disease 
Schaudinn, Fritz Richard 
Schistosomiasis
Scientific Revolution and Epidemic Disease 
Scrofula. See Tuberculosis.
Second Plague Pandemic. See Black Death (and related articles); Plague: End of the
Second Pandemic; Plague in Britain (1500-1666); Plague in Medieval and Early Modern China; Plague in Europe (1500-1770s); Plague in Medieval Europe, 1360-1500); Plague in the Islamic World, 1360 - 1500; Plague in the Islamic World, 1500-1850.
Semmelweis, Ignaz
Septicemic Plague. See Pneumonic and Septicemic Plague.
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (S.A.R.S.)
Sexual Revolution
Sexuality, Gender, and Epidemic Disease
Simond, P. L. 
Simpson, W. J. 
Slavery and Disease
Slaves. See Slavery and Disease. 
Sleeping Sickness 
Smallpox
Smallpox and the American Revolution
Smallpox Eradication 
Smallpox in Canada and the United States since1783 
Smallpox in Colonial Latin America 
Smallpox in Colonial North America 
Smallpox in Europe's Non-American Colonies 
Smallpox in Pre-modern Europe 
Smallpox in the Ancient World 
Snow, John
Social Construction of Disease. See Disease, Social Construction of.
Spanish Influenza. See Influenza
Social Psychological Epidemics
Sulfa Drugs 
Surgeon
Sweating Sickness 
Sydenham, Thomas 
Syphilis
Syphilis in Sixteenth-century Europe
 
TB. See Tuberculosis
Theiler, Max 
Third Plague Pandemic. See also Bubonic Plague, Third Pandemic in East Asia; Bubonic
Plague, Third Pandemic in India and Oceania; Bubonic Plague, Third Pandemic in Africa; Bubonic Plague in the U.S. to 2000; Plague in China; Plague in San Francisco.
Thirty Years War 
Trade, Travel, and Epidemic Disease
Travel. See Trade, Travel and Epidemic Disease
Trypanosomiasis. See Sleeping Sickness. 
Transmission of Disease. See Contagion and Transmission. 
Tuberculosis
Tuberculosis and Romanticism 
Tuberculosis in England since 1500 
Tuberculosis in North America since 1800 
Tuberculosis in the Contemporary World 
Typhoid Fever. See Enteric Fevers
Typhoid Fever in the West since 1800 
Typhoid Mary. See Mallon, Mary
Typhus
Typhus and Poverty in the Modern World
Typhus and War
Urbanization and Epidemic Disease 
Vaccination and Inoculation 
Venereal Disease and Social Reform
Virchow, Rudolf
Virus
War, the Military, and Epidemic Disease 
Water and Epidemic Diseases 
West Nile Fever
White Plague. See Tuberculosis
Whooping Cough 
World Health Organization. See International Health Agencies and Conventions 
Wu Lien Teh 
Yellow Fever
Yellow Fever Commission, U.S. 
Yellow Fever in Colonial Latin America and the Caribbean 
Yellow Fever in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1830-1940 
Yellow Fever in North America to 1810 
Yellow Fever in the American South, 1810-1905 
Yersin, Alexandre
Zoonosis. See Animal Diseases and Epidemics.
Guide to Related Topics
Biological, Physiological, and Medical Theories
	Air and Epidemic Diseases
	Astrology and Medicine
	Ayurvedic Disease Theory and Medicine
	Chinese Disease Theory and Medicine
	Contagion Theory of Disease
	Disease in the Pre-Columbian Americas
	Disease, Social Construction of
	Folk Medicine
Germ Theory of Disease 
Greco-Roman Medical Theories and Practices
Humoral Theory
Islamic Disease Theory and Medicine
	Magic and Healing
Malthusianism
Panspermia Theory 
Paracelsianism
Biomedical Research into Disease Causes, Prevention and Treatment
	Animal Research
	Antibiotics
	Avicenna (Ibn Sina)
	Behring, Emil von
	Drug Resistance in Microorganisms
	Ehrlich, Paul
	Enders, John Franklin
	Fernel, Jean
	Fracastoro, Girolamo
Galen
	Haffkine, Waldemar 
Hansen, Gerhard Armauer
Henderson, D. A.
Hippocrates and the Hippocratic Corpus
Human Subjects Research
Jenner, Edward
Kitasato, Shibasaburo 
Koch, Robert
Laveran, Alphonse
Leeuwenhoek, Antony van
Manson, Patrick
Microscope
Nicolle, Charles
Paracelsus
Pasteur, Louis
Pettenkofer, Max Joseph von
Poliomyelitis, Campaign against
	Reed, Walter
Rhazes
	Rush, Benjamin
	Ross, Ronald 
	Sabin, Albert 
Salk, Jonas
Schaudin, Fritz Richard
Scientific Revolution and Epidemic Disease
Semmelweis, Ignaz
Simond, P. L. 
Simpson, W. J.
Sydenham, Thomas
Theiler, Max
Wu Lien Teh
Yellow Fever Commission, U.S.
Yersin, Alexandre
Biological Causes of Disease
	Bacterium/Bacteria
	Ectoparasites
	Insects, Other Arthropods, and Epidemic Disease
	Protozoon, -zoa
	Virus
Colonial Experience and Disease
	Colonialism and Epidemic Disease
	Latin America, Colonial: Effects of Imported Diseases
	Leprosy, Societal Reactions to
	Measles in the Colonial Americas
	Slavery and Disease
	Smallpox in Colonial Latin America 
Smallpox in Colonial North America 
Smallpox in Europe's Non-American Colonies
Yellow Fever in Colonial Latin America and the Caribbean
Cultural and Societal Effects of Epidemic Disease
	AIDS, Literature, and the Arts in the U.S.
	Black Death and Late Medieval Christianity 
Black Death, Economic and Demographic Effects of 
Black Death, Flagellants, and Jews
Black Death: Literature and Art
Cinema and Epidemic Disease
Corpses and Epidemic Disease
Disease, Social Construction of
	Flight
Latin America, Colonial: Effects of Imported Diseases
Leprosy, Societal Reactions to
Literature, Disease in Modern
Personal Liberty and Public Health
Plague Literature and Art, Early Modern 
Plague Memorials
Poisoning Libels and Epidemic Disease
Poliomyelitis and American Popular Culture
Popular Media and Epidemic Disease: Recent Trends
Scapegoats and Epidemic Disease
Tuberculosis and Romanticism 
Venereal Disease and Social Reform
Diseases
	Animal Diseases and Epidemics
	Babesiosis
	Bartonella Diseases
	Bubonic Plague
	Cholera
	Conjunctivitis
	Diphtheria
	Disease in the Pre-Columbian Americas
	Dysentery
	Early Humans, Infectious Diseases in
	Encephalitis
	Enteric Fevers
	Ergotism
	Gonorrhea
	Hemorrhagic Fevers
	Hepatitis
	Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)/AIDS 
Human Papilloma Virus and Cervical Cancer
Influenza 
Legionnaires' Disease
Leprosy
Lyme Disease
Malaria
Measles 
Meningitis
Pneumonic and Septicemic Plague
Poliomyelitis
Relapsing Fever
St. Vitus's Dance
Schistosomiasis
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (S.A.R.S.)
Sleeping Sickness 
Smallpox
Social Psychological Epidemics
Sweating Sickness
Syphilis
Tuberculosis
Typhus
West Nile Fever
Whooping Cough
Yellow Fever
Drugs and Pharmaceuticals
	Antibiotics
	Penicillin
	Pharmaceutical Industry
	Sulfa Drugs
	Vaccination and Inoculation
	
Epidemics and Other Historical Disease Outbreaks
	AIDS in Africa
	AIDS in the U.S.
	Armstrong, Richard
	Biblical Plagues
	Black Death (1347-52)
	Black Death: Modern Medical Debate
	Bubonic Plague: Third Pandemic in East Asia 
	Bubonic Plague: Third Pandemic in India and Oceania
	Bubonic Plague in the U.S. to 2000
Cholera: First through Third Pandemics, 1816-1861 
Cholera: Fourth through Sixth Pandemics, 1863-1947 
Cholera: Seventh Pandemic, 1961-present
	Diagnosis of Historical Diseases
	Encephalitis, Epidemic Outbreaks in the Twentieth Century
	Gorgas, William C.
	Hemorrhagic Fevers in Modern Africa
	Historical Epidemiology
Influenza Pandemic, 1889-90 
Influenza Pandemic, 1918-19 
	Insect Infestations
	Irish Potato Famine and Epidemic Diseases, 1845-50
	Leprosy in the Pre-modern World
	Leprosy in the United States
	London, Great Plague of (1665)
	Malaria in Africa
	Mather, Increase and Cotton
	Measles Epidemic in Fiji (1875) and Eugenics
Measles in the Colonial Americas 
	Plague: End of the Second Pandemic
Plague in Africa: Third Pandemic
	Plague in Britain (1500-1647)
Plague in China
Plague in East Asia: Third Pandemic
	Plague in Europe, 1500-1770s
Plague in India and Oceania: Third Pandemic
	Plague in Medieval Europe, 1360-1500 
Plague in San Francisco, 1900-1905 
Plague in the Contemporary World
Plague in the Islamic World, 1360-1500 
Plague in the Islamic World, 1500-1850
Plague of Athens
Plague of Justinian, First Pandemic 
Plagues of the Roman Empire 
Plagues of the Roman Republic
Pneumonic Plague in Surat, Gujarat, India, 1994
Smallpox in Canada and the United States since1783
Smallpox in Colonial Latin America 
Smallpox in Colonial North America 
Smallpox in Europe's Non-American Colonies 
Smallpox in Pre-modern Europe 
Smallpox in the Ancient World 
Syphilis in Sixteenth-century Europe
Tuberculosis in England since 1500 
Tuberculosis in North America since 1800 
Tuberculosis in the Contemporary World 
Typhoid Fever in the West since 1800
Yellow Fever in Colonial Latin America and the Caribbean
Yellow Fever in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1830-present 
Yellow Fever in North America to 1810 
Yellow Fever in the American South, 1810-1905 
Epidemiology
	Chadwick, Edwin
	Contagion and Transmission
	Contagion Theory of Disease
Demographic Data Collection and Analysis, History of
	Epidemic
	Epidemiology
Epidemiology, History of 
	Farr, William
	Frost, W. H.
	Historical Epidemiology
	Immunology
	Measles, Global Effort to Eradicate
	Paleopathology
	Poliomyelitis, Campaign against
	Snow, John
	Virchow, Rudolf
Factors in Disease Outbreaks
	Air and Epidemic Diseases
	Capitalism and Epidemic Disease
	Children and Childhood Epidemic Diseases
	Contagion and Transmission
	Corpses and Epidemic Disease
	Diet, Nutrition, and Epidemic Disease
	Disease, Social Construction of
	Drug Resistance in Microorganisms
	Environment, Ecology, and Epidemic Disease
	Personal Hygiene and Epidemic Disease
	Geopolitics, International Relations, and Epidemic Disease
	Heredity and Epidemic Disease
	Human Immunity and Resistance to Disease
	Industrial Revolution
	Industrialization and Epidemic Disease
	Mallon, Mary
	Neolithic Revolution
	Personal Hygiene and Epidemic Disease
	Poverty, Wealth, and Epidemic Disease
	Race, Ethnicity, and Epidemic Disease
	Sexual Revolution
Sexuality, Gender, and Epidemic Disease
Slavery and Disease
Trade, Travel, and Epidemic Disease
Typhus and Poverty in the Modern World
Urbanization and Epidemic Disease
Water and Epidemic Diseases
Institutions 
	Bimaristan
	Hospitals and Medical Education in Britain and the U.S.
Hospitals since 1900 
Hospitals to 1900 
Leprosarium
	Pest Houses and Lazarettos
Sanatorium	 
Medical Personnel
	Apothecary / Pharmacist 
	Diagnosis and Diagnostic Tools
	Empiric 
Medical Education in the West, 1100-1500 
Medical Education in the West, 1500-1900
Hospitals and Medical Education in Britain and the U.S.
Medical Ethics and Epidemic Disease
Nurses and Nursing
Physician
Quacks, Charlatans, and their Remedies
Surgeon
Public Health
	Cordon Sanitaire
Demographic Data Collection and Analysis, History of
	Disinfection and Fumigation 	
Gorgas, William C. 
International Health Agencies and Conventions
	Non-Governmental Agencies (NGOs) and Epidemic Disease 
Personal Liberty and Public Health
	Pesticides
	Plague and Developments in Public Health, 1348-1600
Public Health Agencies in the West before 1900 
	Public Health Agencies; Britain since 1800 
Public Health Agencies, U.S. Federal
Public Health in the Islamic World, 1000-1600
	Public Health Posters
	Quarantine
	Sanitation Movement of the 19th Century
	Smallpox Eradication
	Vaccination and Inoculation
	
Religion
	Biblical Plagues
	Black Death and Late Medieval Christianity 
	Black Death, Flagellants, and Jews
	Islamic Disease Theory and Medicine
	Leprosy, Societal Reactions to
	Magic and Healing
	Pilgrimage and Epidemic Disease
	Religion and Epidemic Disease
Slavery
	Colonialism and Epidemic Disease
	Civil War, American
	Latin America, Colonial: Effects of Imported Diseases
Measles in the Colonial Americas 
	Race, Ethnicity, and Epidemic Disease
	Scapegoats and Epidemic Disease
Slavery and Disease
Smallpox in Colonial Latin America 
Smallpox in Colonial North America 
Smallpox in Europe's Non-American Colonies 
Yellow Fever in Colonial Latin America and the Caribbean
Yellow Fever in North America to 1810 
Yellow Fever in the American South, 1810-1905 
War
	Biological Warfare 
Bio-terrorism
Civil War, American
Colonialism and Epidemic Disease
Malaria and Modern Military History
Napoleonic Wars
Smallpox and the American Revolution
Thirty Years War
Typhus and War
War, the Military, and Epidemic Disease

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Epidemics -- Encyclopedias.
Communicable diseases -- Encyclopedias.
Disease Outbreaks -- Encyclopedias -- English.
Communicable Diseases -- Encyclopedias -- English.