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321 Possible Causes for Hemoglobin Decreased, Typhoid Fever

  • Viral Hepatitis

    Abstract A typhoid patient presenting with fever and jaundice is reported. Investigations revealed that the patient had both typhoid fever and acute viral hepatitis A.[] We are reporting an unusual combination of Typhoid fever and viral hepatitis in a G6PD deficient individual.[] Jaundice is a rare clinical presentation in typhoid fever, therefore hepatitis A should be considered in typhoid fever and jaundice because both enterically transmitted disease[]

  • Malaria

    fever, viral hepatitis, encephalitis.[] Dizziness and decreased hemoglobin level were more common in the tafenoquine group than in the placebo group.[] Malaria, dengue fever, and typhoid fever all tend to have somewhat similar symptoms at first and should not be self-diagnosed.[]

  • Mycoplasma Pneumonia

    Serologic tests for melioidosis, leptospirosis, scrub, murine and epidemic typhus and psittacosis were all negative.[]

  • Plasmodium Falciparum Malaria

    fever and malaria. 3,4 There is much overlap between presentations of both P. falciparum malaria and Ebola virus disease.[] Patients with posttreatment hemolysis had a median decrease in hemoglobin level of 1.3 g/dL (interquartile range 0.3-2.0 g/dL) in the posttreatment period, and patients without[] In other studies, the roles of microcytosis have been associated with the protection from P. falciparum -related hemoglobin decrease; in patients, a reduction of infection[]

  • Amebiasis

    Rickettsia typhi Murine typhus Rickettsia prowazekii Epidemic typhus, Brill–Zinsser disease, Flying squirrel typhus Spotted fever Tick-borne Rickettsia rickettsii Rocky Mountain[] Typhoid fever,[8] non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs,[9][10] ingestion of corrosives may also be responsible.[11] Eating multiple magnets can also lead to perforation if[] fever, Paratyphoid fever, Salmonellosis H2S Shigella dysenteriae/sonnei/flexneri/boydii Shigellosis, Bacillary dysentery Proteus mirabilis/Proteus vulgaris Yersinia pestis[]

  • Q Fever

    Seroprevalence was highest against scrub typhus group (STG) (22.6%) followed by spotted fever group (SFG) rickettsia (15.7%), Q fever (QF) (6.9%) and typhus group (TG) rickettsia[] Of patients assessed, 8.9%, 22.4%, 1.1%, and 3.6% had enhanced seroreactivity to Coxiella burnetii, spotted fever group rickettsiae, typhus group rickettsiae, and scrub typhus[] […] and enteric fever Typhus endemic Typhus epidemic Typhus scrub Urinary tract infection Varicella Vibrio parahaemolyticus infection Whipples disease Yellow fever Yersiniosis[]

  • Typhus

    While "typhoid" means "typhus-like", typhus and typhoid fever are distinct diseases caused by different types of bacteria.[] ‘Common scourges found in the desert include plague, typhus, malaria, dengue fever, dysentery, cholera, and typhoid.’[] typhus fever rickettsial disease transmitted by body lice and characterized by skin rash and high fever typhoid fever serious infection marked by intestinal inflammation and[]

  • Typhoid Fever

    Typhoid fever (enteric fever) is a multisystemic bacterial disease caused by salmonella typhi.[] Home » Salmonella (including Typhoid fever) Salmonella (including Typhoid fever) Salmonellosis is a bacterial infection that generally affects the intestinal tract and occasionally[] Typhoid fever does not have a specific clinical presentation, the latter making the diagnosis difficult.[]

  • Babesiosis

    Differential diagnosis Differential diagnoses include other infectious diseases such as malaria, Lyme disease, ehrlichiosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, typhoid (see these[] Other lab tests That can be valuable for diagnosing babesia include complete blood count (CBC) showing decreased hemoglobin and low platelets, elevated reticulocyte count,[] Differential Diagnosis Plasmodium spp (malaria) Borrelia burgdorferi (Lyme disease) Rickettsial disease Rickettsia rickettsii (Rocky Mountain spotted fever) Rickettsia typhi (typhus[]

  • Anemia

    The following are some underlying causes of extrinsic hemolytic anemia: enlarged spleen hepatitis Epstein-Barr virus typhoid fever E. coli toxin leukemia lymphoma tumors lupus[] It is defined by abnormally low hemoglobin concentration or decreased red blood cells. Several classification systems exist.[] We also used simple natural history models for typhoid and paratyphoid fever, whooping cough, measles, visceral leishmaniasis, and yellow fever.[]

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