Enteric infectious viral disease, Biology

Match each item in Column A with the corresponding item in Column B regarding infectious diseases Column A Column B a. Pulmonary tuberculosis i. Enteric infectious protozoan disease b. Hepatitis ii. Tangential viral infectious disease c. Cryptosporidiosis iii. Respiratory infectious bacterial disease d. Yellow Fever iv. Enteric infectious viral disease

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