The Apollo 11 Moon Landing was a world-wide event, (just as Americans know exactly where they were and what they were doing when John F Kennedy was assasinated), most of the world watched the Apollo Moon Landing. So when Acute Hemorrhagic Conjunctivitis suddenly emerged in Ghana, West Africa at the same time of the Apollo 11 moon landing, it was nicknamed "Apollo 11" disease. In West Africa, the disease is still referred to as "Apollo."
A disease of a part of the eye called the conjunctiva.
Conjunctivitis, which is also called pink eye or Madras eye.
what is the medical code for conjunctivitis of both eyes
If you are having a constant problem of mucous in your eyes you probably are suffering from a disease called conjunctivitis, which can be treated with eye drops; consult your doctor.
Yellow fever is called this because the virus attacks the cells of the liver causing jaundice or yellowing of the skin and the "whites" of the eyes. It also causes severe bleeding. This disease is called a hemorrhagic fever.
Answer by sawboy_buckYes, they can. A disease that can be transmitted from animals to humans, and vice-versa, is called a zoonosis. Here is a list of some of the known zoonoses:* Anthrax * Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) * Bolivian hemorrhagic fever * Brucellosis * Borrelia * Borna virus infection * Bovine tubercolosis * Bubonic plague * Campylobacteriosis * Chagas disease * Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (vCJD) or "Mad cow disease" * Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever * Cutaneous larva migrans * Dengue Fever * Ebola fever * Echinococcosis * Hantavirus * Hendra virus * Henipavirus * Korean hemorrhagic fever * LÃ¡brea fever * Lassa fever * Leishmaniasis * Leptospirosis * Listeriosis * Malaria * Marburg virus infection * Monkey B virus * Nipah virus * Ocular larva migrans * Ornithosis (psitacosis) * Orf (animal disease) * Oropouche fever * Q-Fever * Psittacosis, also called "parrot fever" * Rabies * Rift Valley fever * Ringworms (Tinea canis, mainly) * Salmonellosis * Sodoku * Toxoplasmosis * Trichinosis * Tularemia, also called "Rabbit Fever" * Typhus and other Rickettsial diseases * Venezuelan hemorrhagic fever * Visceral larva migrans * Yellow fever
Pinkeye (also called conjunctivitis) is redness and swelling of the conjunctiva, the mucous membrane that lines the eyelid and eye surface.
Apollo 11 was called Apollo 11 becuase that was it's mission name.
Conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the outer surface of the eyeball, called the conjunctiva. It can also include the underside of the eyelids. Conjunctivitis can be caused by irritation, injury, allergy, virus, or bacteria ("pink eye").
his mother named him Apollo
This condition is officially known as haemolacria. It is most often the result of severe conjunctivitis, an infection of the eye membranes, but it can be caused by other things such as a tumor in the tear glands.
First of Apollo 11 was not a Shuttle craft, as it mot at all reusable. It is called the apollo 11 after the other Apollo starting with Apollo 7.
"Ictero" refers to jaundice, and "hemorrhagic" refers to a propensity towards bleeding. In certain forms of leptospirosis, patients develop a condition known as Weil's disease, or icterohemorrhagic leptospirosis. This is a severe form of leptospirosis, and leads to liver and kidney disease (the liver disease results in jaundice). These patients may also suffer from anemia, fever, and hemorrhage.
Ebola hf stands for Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever.
The Apollo 11 was called Apollo11 , the command module was called Columbia and the lunar module was called Eagle.
Only lunar (moon) mission spacecraft were called Apollos. The first manned space flight program was named Mercury, the second was named Gemini. These were test/learning programs leading to the third named Apollo. These early U.S. programs were named after Greek and Roman Gods. Apollo was a god of light and the sun, truth and prophecy and other talents. The spacecraft that were made as part of the Apollo program are called Apollo spacecraft and the flights called Apollo missions. Apollo 11 was the first Apollo mission to put men on the moon.
No; Apollo was the Greek god of the moon and music.
Either you mean if Apollo had a religion - which he did not, as a god himself worship another god. Or what the religion that worshiped Apollo was called, the worship of many gods (such as the Greek ones, of which Apollo is one) is called "pagan", the cult worship of Apollo was widespread.
They were all called Apollo, followed by the mission number. The missions that landed on the moon were Apollos 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, and 17.
Yellow fever is a hemorrhagic fever that is caused by one of several viruses (most commonly arbovirus) which are transmitted by the Aedes aegypti (mosquito). The disease is actually called "yellow fever", but there is less severe form of the disease called "dengue", which can be followed by a more severe infection called "dengue hemorrhagic fever".Actually, yellow fever is caused by yellow fever virus. Yellow fever virus is related to the four viruses that cause dengue fever, but they are entirely separate viruses. You cannot develop dengue fever from yellow fever virus and vice versa, although these infections share some of the same symptoms. All of these are examples of arboviruses, there is no virus known as "arbovirus".
The rocket wasn't called "Apollo". The specific NASA project to put a man on the moon was called "The Apollo Project" - Armstrong did not name it, it was called that before he got involved with it. He did have the privilege of naming the lunar landing vehicle, though, which was called "Eagle".