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[[Fasciculus:Polio Egyptian Stele.jpg|thumb|[[Stele]] [[Aegyptus|Aegyptia]], imago viri poliomyelite adflicti habita. [[Domus 18]], [[1403 a.C.n.|1403]]–[[1365 a.C.n.]]]]
 
'''Poliomyelitis'''<ref name="Arnaudov">Arnaudov, G.D. (1964). ''Terminologia medica polyglotta. Latinum-Bulgarski-Russkij-English-Français-Deutsch.'' Sofia: Editio medicina et physcultura.</ref> (e [[verbum|verbis]] [[Lingua Graeca antiqua|Graecis]] πολιός '[[color]] cineraceus' + μυελός '[[medulla]]' + [[suffixum]] ''-itis'' '[[inflammatio]]'<ref name=Chamberlin_2005>S. L. Chamberlin, et B. Narins, eds., ''The Gale Encyclopedia of Neurological Disorders'' (Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2005), 1859–1870; ISBN 0-7876-9150-X.</ref>), aliquando tantum '''polio,''' sive '''paralysis infantilis,''' est acutus [[morbus]] [[virus biologicum|viralis]], accurate [[infectio]], ab [[homo|homine]] ad hominum transmissa, praecipue per [[via faecalis-oralis|viam faecalem-oralem]].<ref name=Harrison>J. I. Cohen, "Chapter 175: Enteroviruses and Reoviruses," in ''Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine,'' ed. 16a., edd. D. L. Kasper, E. Braunwald, A. S. Fauci, et al. (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2004), 1144. ISBN 0-07-140235-7.</ref> Causa est [[poliovirus]]. Homines hoc morbo laborantes saepe facultatem ambulandi amittunt.
 
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