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867 Possible Causes for Cat Scratch

  • Erythema Nodosum

    Up to one quarter of the patients with cat-scratch disease present atypically, a considerably higher prevalence than previously reported.[] Cat scratch disease (CSD) typically presents as a tender regional lymphadenopathy preceded by an inoculation papule with spontaneous resolution occurring between 8-16 weeks[] Some of the more common infections associated with the disorder are: Streptococcus (most common) Cat scratch disease Chlamydia Coccidioidomycosis Hepatitis B Histoplasmosis[]

  • Lymphadenitis

    However, none of the epithelioid cell granulomas of Yersinia LA contains MBLs like in cat scratch disease.[] Regional lymphadenitis: Cat scratch disease, a mild flu-like infection, with swollen lymph nodes (lymphadenitis) and mild fever of short duration, due to cat scratches, especially[] In tularemia and cat scratch disease, monocytoid B lymphocytes (MBLs) with T cells and macrophages contribute to the formation of granuloma.[]

  • Cat Scratch Fever

    Patient information: See related handout on cat-scratch disease. Cat-scratch disease is a common infection that usually presents as tender lymphadenopathy.[] Cat-scratch disease is a common infection that usually presents as tender lymphadenopathy.[] Cat scratch fever is a condition that is transferred to man through bite, scratch or lick by cats infected with a certain bacteria.[]

  • Cat Scratch Meningoencephalitis

    The patient was alcohol dependent and had sustained several scratches from her pet cat, which her pet dog had licked.[] Cat Scratch Fever/Disease 6. About Disease  Cat scratch disease is a disease caused by bartonella bacteria.[] Cat-scratch disease ( CSD ), also known as cat-scratch fever, Teeny's disease, inoculation lymphoreticulosis, and subacute regional lymphadenitis, is a common and usually[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Cat scratch disease is often unrecognized and the full spectrum of its clinical manifestations remains to be investigated.[] The cases of 2 siblings with cat scratch disease are described who presented with symptoms suggestive of acute febrile gastroenteritis.[]

  • Bacillary Angiomatosis

    The purpose of this study was to evaluate clinical cases of cat scratch disease (CSD) and bacillary angiomatosis involving the conjunctiva by special stains and transmission[] Cat scratch fever Trench fever Angiomatosis[] This case emphasizes that bacillary angiomatosis may be seen in immunocompetent individuals and may be transmitted in other ways than cat scratches, e.g. by arthropods.[]

  • Flea Bite

    You may notice your dog or cat scratch frantically trying to bite the fleas in their fur.[] You may notice your dog or cat scratch frantically and trying to bite the fleas in their fur.[]

  • Animal Bite

    Cat scratches, even from a kitten, can carry "cat scratch disease," a bacterial infection. Other animals can transmit rabies and tetanus.[] Dog bites were almost twice as common among men, while cat bites-scratches were twice as common among women.[] An infection known as cat-scratch disease may also result after a cat scratch. How can I prevent animal bites?[]

  • Suppurative Granuloma

    References Abscess-forming granulomatous lymphadenitis: histological typing of suppurative granulomas and clinicopathological findings with special reference to cat scratch[] Suppurative granulomas (granulomas with central abscess or microabscess formation) are characteristic findings in lymph nodes in cat scratch disease, lymphogranuloma venereum[] […] granuloma; suppurative epithelioid granuloma; abscess-forming granulomatous lymphadenitis Etiology chalazion chronic granulomatous disease (MIM.306400) bacterial infections cat[]

  • Uveitis

    This typically includes skin tests for Tuberculosis, blood tests for infectious diseases like syphilis, Lyme disease, Cat scratch disease, Histoplasmosis, and blood tests[] Mumps West Nile virus Lyme disease Cat-scratch disease AIDS Syphilis It’s rare, but you can also get uveitis after fungal or parasite infections like histoplasmosis or toxoplasmosis[] […] surgery An autoimmune disorder, such as sarcoidosis or ankylosing spondylitis An inflammatory disorder, such as Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis An infection, such as cat-scratch[]

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