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41 Possible Causes for Cat Scratch Fever, Patient Appears Acutely Ill

  • Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage

    2015 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 578.9 Hemorrhage of gastrointestinal tract, unspecified 2015 Billable Thru Sept 30/2015 Non-Billable On/After Oct 1/2015 ICD-9-CM 578.9 is a billable medical code that can be used to indicate a diagnosis on a reimbursement claim, however, 578.9 should only be used for claims with a date of[…][]

  • Bacillary Angiomatosis

    Cat scratch fever Trench fever Angiomatosis[] B. henselae is also the causative agent of cat scratch fever. As this name indicates, the bacterium may be transmitted by cat scratches or bites.[]

  • Cat Scratch Fever

    Typical feature of the disease is persistent low grade fever, hence the name cat scratch fever.[] The osteolysis associated with cat-scratch fever resembles more ominous conditions.[] Cat Scratch Fever.”[]

  • Trichinellosis

    No abstract is available for this article. Citing Literature Number of times cited according to CrossRef: 11 Daniel Dalcin, Dante S. Zarlenga, Nicholas C. Larter, Eric Hoberg, Daniel A. Boucher, Samuel Merrifield, Rachel Lau, Filip Ralevski, Karamjit Cheema, Kevin L. Schwartz and Andrea K. Boggild, Trichinella Nativa Outbreak[…][]

  • Bartonella Infection

    Human diseases that have been identified to be caused by one of the Bartonella bacteria include; cat scratch fever (Bartonella henselae), Carrion’s disease (Bartonella bacilliformis[] Bartonella species are responsible for different clinical conditions affecting humans, including Carrion's disease, cat scratch disease, trench fever, bacillary angiomatosis[] Unlike immunocompetent hosts who usually develop milder diseases such as cat scratch disease and trench fever, immunocompromised patients, including those living with HIV[]

  • Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

    […] monocytotropic ehrlichiosis Ehrlichia ewingii Ehrlichiosis ewingii infection Rhizobiales Brucellaceae Brucella abortus Brucellosis Bartonellaceae Bartonellosis : Bartonella henselae Cat-scratch[] […] disease Bartonella quintana Trench fever Either B. henselae or B. quintana Bacillary angiomatosis Bartonella bacilliformis Carrion's disease, Verruga peruana β Neisseriales[] […] aeschlimannii Rickettsia aeschlimannii infection Mite-borne Rickettsia akari Rickettsialpox Orientia tsutsugamushi Scrub typhus Flea-borne Rickettsia felis Flea-borne spotted fever[]

  • Bacterial Infections

    Treponema species cause syphilis , yaws and pinta Bartonella species cause cat scratch fever , bacillary angiomatosis and bartonellosis Mycobacterium species cause tuberculosis[] Treponema species cause syphilis, yaws and pinta Bartonella species cause cat scratch fever, bacillary angiomatosis, Carrion disease, and bartonellosis Mycobacterium species[] Middle Ear Infections Mononucleosis Pinkeye (Conjunctivitis) Urinary Tract Infections Adenovirus Bronchiolitis Campylobacter Infections Cat Scratch Disease Cellulitis Chickenpox[]

  • Nonallergic Interstitial Nephritis

    Non-parasitic infestations such as: Aspergillosis Brucellosis Chlamydial lung infection Acute coccidiomycosis Cat-scratch fever Infectious mononucleosis Mycobacterial infections[]

  • Hepatitis B

    Offers new coverage of the treatment options for ruptured or complicated appendicitis · hepato-splenic "cat scratch" fever · periodic fever with ulcer · pharyngitis ·[] During the incubation period and during the acute phase of the illness, surface antigen-antibody complexes may be found in the sera of some patients.[] The antigen persists during the acute illness and usually clears from the circulation during convalescence.[]

  • Jarisch Herxheimer Reaction

    Similar forms of the reaction have been reported in cat-scratch disease, trichinosis, cerebral trypanosomiasis and typhoid fever.[] 1] Similar reactions have also been reported to occur in bartonellosis (including cat scratch disease ), [2] [3] brucellosis, [4] typhoid fever, [5] trichinosis, [6] and cerebral[] Trench fever, a louse-born disease. Oxford University Press, London, United Kingdom. Carithers, H. A. 1985. Cat-scratch disease.[]

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