/ (ˈnəʊtɪˌfaɪəbəl) /
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denoting certain infectious diseases of humans, such as smallpox and tuberculosis, outbreaks of which must be reported to the public health authorities
denoting certain infectious diseases of animals, such as BSE, foot-and-mouth disease, and rabies, outbreaks of which must be reported to the appropriate veterinary authority
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Industrial diseases should be made "notifiable," so that they can be controlled by the factory or health department.Civics and Health|William H. Allen
By order of the Local Government Board influenza has been made a notifiable disease.
A report reaches us that Jazz is about to be made a notifiable disease.