What is another word for Variola Minor?

Pronunciation: [vˌe͡əɹɪˈə͡ʊlə mˈa͡ɪnə] (IPA)

Variola Minor is also called Alastrim, Cuban Itch, and Modified Smallpox. Alastrim is derived from the Portuguese word "alastrim," which means "rash." Cuban Itch is given because it was believed that the rash was caused by the itch mite found in Cuba. Modified Smallpox is a term used to describe Variola Minor's less severe symptoms than the more common smallpox strain. Additionally, other names used are West African Smallpox, Vaqueiro's Disease, Gunpowder Smallpox, and Philippine Smallpox, based on the region where they were first reported. Knowing the synonyms for Variola Minor causes better understanding and accurate communication among medical professionals.

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