Long‐term outcomes of Murray Valley encephalitis cases in Western Australia: what have we learnt?
Murray Valley encephalitis virus (MVEV) is a mosquito‐borne flavivirus that causes encephalitis in some cases of infection. It is endemic in Northern Australia and cases occasionally occur in South Eastern Australia. The long‐term sequelae of MVEV infection have not previously been well described.
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