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    9,437 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[]

    • Meningitis
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      These include: West Nile virus influenza mumps HIV measles herpes viruses Coltivirus , which causes Colorado tick fever Viral meningitis typically goes away without treatment[] […] a fever stiff neck seizures sensitivity to bright light sleepiness lethargy nausea decreased appetite Bacterial Meningitis Symptoms Bacterial meningitis symptoms develop[] During the physical exam, your doctor will look for: a fever an increased heart rate neck stiffness reduced consciousness Your doctor will also order a lumbar puncture .[]

    • Leptospiral Meningitis
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      Also the fever for viral hepatitis passes very quickly.[] The fever from influenza usually passes in one or two days whereas the fever from leptospirosis, in moderate to severe cases, lasts three to five days.[] Hemorrhagic fever There are a group of hemorrhagic fevers (Lassa, CCHF, Ebola, Marburg, etc.) and all develop similar sudden-onset symptoms of pain, nausea, bleeding and skin[]

    • Leptospirosis
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      Synonyms [ edit ] ( disease ) : Weil’s disease , canicola fever , canefield fever , nanukayami fever , 7-day fever , rat catcher's yellows , Fort Bragg fever , black jaundice[] , pretibial fever Translations [ edit ] Further reading [ edit ] Spanish [ edit ] Noun [ edit ] leptospirosis f ( plural leptospirosis ) leptospirosis[] Back to full disease list Other Names: Weil’s Syndrome, Swamp Fever, Mud fever, Autumn fever (Akiyami), Swineherd’s disease, Rice-field fever, Cane-cutter’s fever, Hemorrhagic[]

    • Yellow Fever
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      Army Yellow Fever Commission."[] Yellow fever is a viral disease of typically short duration .[] External links [ edit ] Yellow fever at Curlie (based on DMOZ ) Finlay CJ (2012).[]

    • Dengue Fever
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      Dengue fever Synonyms Dengue, breakbone fever [1] [2] The typical rash seen in dengue fever Pronunciation UK : or US : Specialty Infectious disease Symptoms Fever, headache[] "Dengue fever".[] "Dengue fever" .[]

    • Periapical Abscess
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      An acute abscess is characterized by pain, swelling, and fever.[] Antibiotics may be prescribed if systemic symptoms such as fever and swelling in the lymph glands are present.[] Fever and malaise intensify when the infection penetrates the bone marrow of the jaw, producing osteomyelitis.[]

    • Q Fever
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      "Q Fever".[] "Q fever" .[] "Q fever" .[]

    • Weil's Disease
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      [] Fever 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 ".[] Fever , constitutional symptoms , gastrointestinal irritation and muscle ache progressing to hepatorenal failure, pulmonary dysfunction, and involvement of other organs is[]

    • Orbital Cellulitis
      Fever Retroorbital Pain

      Fever and systemic signs may be present.[] A 9-Year old Who Has Fever, Headache, and Right Eye Pain.[] Symptoms : Fever, proptosis, restriction of extraocular movements, blurred vision, double vision, chemosis, and swelling and redness of the eyelids.[]


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

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