Definitions for "Smallpox"
A contagious, constitutional, febrile disease characterized by a peculiar eruption; variola. The cutaneous eruption is at first a collection of papules which become vesicles (first flat, subsequently umbilicated) and then pustules, and finally thick crusts which slough after a certain time, often leaving a pit, or scar.
a highly contagious and often fatal viral infection that has been completely eradicated by immunization
A disease caused by the Variola species virus belonging to the family Poxviridae genus Orthopoxvirus. It has essentially been eradicated from the world, but concerns are now rising as to its use as a biological weapon since most of the world's population has never been exposed to cause immunity.
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Smallpox is a drama-documentary showing how a single act of bioterrorism leads to terrifying consequences.