Which of these is a disease caused by a lack of Vitamin B1, characterised by inflammation of the peripheral nerves with subsequent paralysis, dropsy and heart failure?
What is a hereditary disease of the blood in males, characterised by excessive bleeding and lack of ability of the blood to clot?
Which infectious disease is characterised by ulceration and inflammation of the bowel with generalised toxaemia and "wasting", usually caused via infection of food contaminated by flies?
What infectious disease, commonest in childhood, caused by a virus, is characterised by swelling of the salivary glands, slight fever and malaise?
What infectious disease, occurring commonly in epidemics and caused by a virus, is characterised by blotchy rash preceded by a running nose and eyes, with a rise in temperature and lassitude?