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78 Possible Causes for Fever, Retroorbital Pain

  • Influenza

    ‘It also caused post-flood diseases for children like influenza, diarrhea and fever.’ ‘Other viral illnesses include influenza, the common cold, Lassa fever, and ebola.’[] You can also take medicine to relieve aches and fever. Do not give aspirin to children with fever. The drug of choice for children is acetaminophen. Rest.[] (It counts only if your fever stays down by itself, without help from medicines that lower fever.) Read more about treating the flu .[]

  • Meningitis

    fever or CRP elevation.[] fever with cold hands and feet.[] Fever resolved promptly after treatment was started with doxycycline, when scrub typhus immunoglobulin M test came positive.[]

  • Dengue Fever

    No significant associations with SDD were found for gender, lethargy, retroorbital pain, diarrhea, or tourniquet test, whereas headache appeared protective (OR: 0.555; 95%[] A tri-phasic fever pattern was seen among two-thirds of dengue fever patients, but in only one with an inflammatory disease.[] The fever generally lasts for 2-7 days and so fever longer than 10 days may not be due to dengue.[]

  • Colorado Tick Fever

    Stiff neck, retroorbital pain, photophobia [ 1 ] , nausea and vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and sore throat all have been reported in a minority of patients.[] […] mountain fever , colorado tick fever , mountain tick fever , American mountain tick fever , Colorado tick fever , CTF - Colorado tick fever , Colorado tick fever (disorder[] […] then another short phase of fever with constitutional symptoms.[]

  • Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

    Rocky mountain spotted fever (RMSF) Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) belongs to the spotted fever rickettsial group of tickborne infections.[] , Rickettsia; rickettsii, spotted fever , Rocky Mountain fever , Rocky Mountain; spotted fever , Sao Paulo fever or typhus , Sao Paulo; fever , Sao Paulo; spotted fever ,[] Rickettsial infections include Rocky mountain spotted fever, typhus fever group, anaplasmosis and ehrlichiosis.[]

  • Q Fever

    […] cases of Q fever and ‘fresh cell therapy’ in Germany, 16 October 2015 News Human cases of Q fever associated with ‘fresh cell therapy’ Publication Q fever - Annual Epidemiological[] Data Surveillance systems overview for 2016 Data Surveillance systems overview for 2015 Publication Q fever - Annual Epidemiological Report for 2015 Publication Q fever -[] Q Fevers , Fever, Q , Nine-mile fever , Q-fever (diagnosis) , Coxiella burnetii infection , Q-fever , Fevers, Coxiella burnetii , Query Fever , Fevers, Query , Query Fevers[]

  • Yellow Fever

    Yellow fever is caused by an enveloped RNA virus called yellow fever virus.[] All three cycles exist in Africa, but in South America, only sylvatic and urban yellow fever occur. * Sylvatic (or jungle) yellow fever: In tropical rainforests, yellow fever[] What is yellow fever? Yellow fever is a potentially fatal viral infection that's transmitted by mosquitoes in tropical regions.[]

  • Lassa Fever

    Sierra Leone Washington, DC Abdominal cramps, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, headache, retroorbital pain, neck/back pain, paresthesias, right ear pain, fever, vertigo[] (diagnosis) , Lassa Fever [Disease/Finding] , lassa fever , fever lassa , Lassa fever , Lassa fever (disorder) , Lassa; fever , fever; Lassa Japanese ラッサ熱 , ラッサネツ Swedish[] What is Lassa fever? The infectious disease known as Lassa Fever is caused by a virus that is native to West Africa.[]

  • Phlebotomus Fever

    Distribution of pappataci fever by serotype: T, Toscana, S, Sicilian; N, Naples Pappataci fever (also known as Phlebotomus fever and, somewhat confusingly, sandfly fever and[] Also called ephemeral fever , pappataci fever , sandfly fever , three-day fever .[] Also called sandfly fever. Tagged: p Read Also: Phlebotomus fever virus phlebotomus fever virus n. An arbovirus transmitted by sand flies and causing phlebotomus fever.[]

  • Weil's Disease

    Wikipedia: Leptospirosis Weil's syndrome canicola fever canefield fever nanukayami fever 7-day fever Rat Catcher's Yellows Fort Bragg fever black jaundice ... caused by infection[] To Fever NOS Fever of unknown origin [FUO] Fever with chills Fever with rigors Hyperpyrexia NOS Persistent fever Pyrexia NOS icterohemorrhagic A27.0 Fiedler's disease A27.0[] As fever still remained and was followed by jaundice, decreasing hemoglobin, increasing bilirubin with abnormal value of liver enzymes; other causes of disease were investigated[]

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