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Vlad Tepes and Dracula were the same person his real name was Vlad Dracula but he was known to the Turks as Vlad Tepes because Tepes means Implaler and impaling was his favorite form of torture.
The movie Vlad Tepes was released in 1971. It was directed by Doru Nastase, and tells the story of Vlad Tepes, perhaps better known as Vlad the Impaler.
Graves Disease is an illness in which the thyroid is overactive and enlarged to twice its normal size. It belongs to the group of diseases known as autoimmune diseases.
ANSWER: Vlad "The IMPALER" or better known as DRACULA
There are Infectious Diseases and Non infectious Diseases. Infectious diseases can be transmitted from person to person, and can be spread from one living thing to another are known as communicable diseases. They can be caused by, Bacteria, Viruses, Protists, etc. which is the Plague. Non infectious diseases can not be transmitted from person to person, these are things like Cancers.
ICD9 is International Classification of Diseases, 9th edition; ICD10 is International Classification of Diseases, 10th edition. These are diagnosis codes, used internationally for every illness, injury, disease, etc., known to man.
Elephantiasis is an illness that results in extreme swelling. It can be caused by Lymphedema, parasites, or genetic diseases. Joseph Merrick, also known as "The Elephant Man," was a sufferer of elephantiasis.
A doctor who specialises in heart diseases is known as a "Cardiologist".
Cause?, No, spread yes mononucleosis is the best known "kissing transmitted" illness. but colds flu's, strep, herpes and gonorrhea and lots of others can be caught this way.
Well they are the most deadly animal in the world, and they spread different diseases some common ones are things like smallpox but they have been known to carry malaria.
Such diseases are known as birth defects, or congenital diseases.
It is not known that bed bugs carry any diseases, but they are known to carry 24 pathogens known to us.
Of course not. The diseases were most likely carried by stowaway rats. It would have been almost impossible for the diseases to have been spread intentionally because there was little known about the spread of illness at the time. There was no knowledge about germs and virus's in the days of Columbus. He cannot be blamed for the deaths of Native Tribes.
there are thousands of them that are known to mankind.
There are no known diseases transmissable from possums to humans.
Pythagoras might have written some articles but it is not known because known of his articles have survived through the years.
The most famous character who was inspired by the real life Vlad Tepes was of course Dracula. Funny enough, Vlad tepes was also known as Vlad Draculea - translated as son of the dragon, or devil. Bram storker was the man who created the FICTIONAL character Dracula. Remember, Just because the character was based on the actual man, doesn't make everything about the character true.
There are 63 known diseases that a mouse can get, excluding STD's.
Tuberculosis was originally known as consumption.
Sarcoidosis is a lesser known disease.
The historical figure on which Dracula is based is Vlad Tepes, Count of Wallachia - otherwise known as Vlad the Impaler - and he was believed to have been born in 1431.
The parts of speech known as "articles" are the, a, and an. For some grammarians, these three words are also adjectives.
These diseases are called mycosis; the most known example is candida albicans.
Articles of incorporation
Communicable diseases spread from one person to another by pathogens. Three well-known communicable diseases are the common cold, strep throat, and HIV/AIDS.