Ross River virus

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A 2006 Australian prospective study of subjects infected with Ross River virus, Q fever or Epstein-Barr virus found that 11% met the criteria for Chronic fatigue syndrome six months after their infection.[1]

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  1. Hickie, Ian; Davenport, Tracey; Wakefield, Denis; Vollmer-Conna, Ute; Cameron, Barbara; Vernon, Suzanne D.; Reeves, William C.; Lloyd, Andrew; Dubbo Infection Outcomes Study Group (September 16, 2006). "Post-infective and chronic fatigue syndromes precipitated by viral and non-viral pathogens: prospective cohort study". BMJ (Clinical research ed.). 333 (7568): 575. doi:10.1136/bmj.38933.585764.AE. ISSN 1756-1833. PMC 1569956. PMID 16950834.