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    3,412 Possible Causes for Fever + retroorbital pain in USA

    • Influenza
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      Used in Italian for diseases since at least 1504 (cf. influenza di febbre scarlattina "scarlet fever") on notion of astral or occult influence. … Veterinary Pathology. an acute, contagious disease occurring in horses and swine, characterized by fever, depression, and catarrhal inflammations of the eyes, nasal passages … British Dictionary definitions for influenza noun 1. a highly contagious and often epidemic viral disease characterized by fever, prostration, muscular aches and pains, and[1]

    • Meningitis
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      Signs and symptoms The common symptoms are fever, headache and neck stiffness. … The most common symptoms of meningitis are fever, headache, neck stiffness and altered mental status. … Typical signs and symptoms include severe headache, nuchal rigidity, fever, altered mental status, photophobia, phonophobia or vomiting.[2]

    • Leptospiral Meningitis
      Fever Retroorbital Pain
    • Periapical Abscess
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      Perform blood culture in severe cases with signs of systemic infection - both aerobic and anaerobic cultures should be obtained if the patient reports fever. … In more severe cases, when abscesses are large, symptoms such as fever and enlarged lymph nodes may be present, and patients may experience malaise and fatigue. … Constitutional symptoms, such as fever, malaise, and proximal lymphadenopathy rarely appear and occur in cases of severe inflammation of the tooth and the surrounding structures[3]

    • Dengue Fever
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      The saddleback fever is more commonly seen in dengue hemorrhagic fever cases. … The fever generally lasts for 2-7 days and so fever longer than 10 days may not be due to dengue. … The type specific virus is yellow fever.[4]

    • Q Fever
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      Q fever in pregnancy Only a few reports exist on Q fever in pregnancy. … Q fever have no symptoms. … Management of chronic Q fever Chronic Q fever is not easy to treat because of the multiple organ system involvement.[5]

    • Weil's Disease
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      Leptospirosis has many different names including: "7-day fever", "harvest fever", "field fever", "canefield fever", "mild fever", "rat catcher's yellows", "Fort Bragg fever … ", and "pretibial fever". … Terms used in early 20th century descriptions of leptospirosis include the pseudo-dengue of Java, seven-day fever, autumn fever, Akiyama disease, and marsh or swamp fever.[6]

    • Yellow Fever
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      Yellow fever is caused by an enveloped RNA virus called yellow fever virus. … Yellow fever is an acute arbovirus infection. … Yellow fever can be prevented by a vaccine.[7]

    • Leptospirosis
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      Leptospirosis has many different names including: "7-day fever", "harvest fever", "field fever", "canefield fever", "mild fever", "rat catcher's yellows", "Fort Bragg fever … ", and "pretibial fever". … Terms used in early 20th century descriptions of leptospirosis include the pseudo-dengue of Java, seven-day fever, autumn fever, Akiyama disease, and marsh or swamp fever.[8]

    • Orbital Cellulitis
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      Other measures of treatment include control of fever and warm compresses. … Surgery should also be considered when fever does not abate within 24-48 hours after starting IV antibiotics. … Once the patient has stabilized and has no fever or signs of an infection, he/she can be discharge home on oral antibiotics.[9]

    Fever

    Hyperthermia is characterized by an elevation of body temperature above the normal range over the temperature regulation set point.

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    References

    1. Influenza | Define Influenza at Dictionary.com, http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/influenza
    2. Meningitis, https://www.symptoma.com/en/info/meningitis
    3. Periapical Abscess, https://www.symptoma.com/en/info/periapical-abscess
    4. Dengue Fever, https://www.symptoma.com/en/info/dengue-fever
    5. Q Fever, https://www.symptoma.com/en/info/q-fever
    6. Leptospirosis, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leptospirosis
    7. Yellow Fever, https://www.symptoma.com/en/info/yellow-fever
    8. Leptospirosis, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leptospirosis
    9. Orbital Cellulitis, https://www.symptoma.com/en/info/orbital-cellulitis