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Le concept de maladies virales émergentes : quel risque de zoonose pour La Réunion ?

Abstract : In Reunion Island, the risk of emerging infectious diseases lies mainly in several viral zoonoses: West Nile fever, Sindbis virus, Nipah virus, Wesselsbron virus, Rift Valley fever and Japanese encephalitis. There morbidity and consequences are more or less important but they all have a non-negligible epidemic potential, so they have to be monitored. Indeed, the struggle against these emerging infectious diseases requires an early detection of the cases, thus a surveillance system capable of detecting them as early as possible, thanks to a real international network of information, warning and prevention.
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M. Peton, Pascal Vilain, Olivier Reilhes, Eric Cardinale, Bernard-Alex Gaüzère, et al.. Le concept de maladies virales émergentes : quel risque de zoonose pour La Réunion ?. Bulletin de la Société de pathologie exotique , Masson, 2013, 106 (3), pp.170--175. ⟨10.1007/s13149-013-0294-9⟩. ⟨hal-01274589⟩

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