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3,273 Possible Causes for Leukocytes Decreased, Retroorbital Pain, Severe Clinical Course

  • Dengue Fever

    The commonest form has an incubation period of 5-8 days followed by the onset of a fever, violent headache, chills, retroorbital pain, with a rash developing after 3-4 days[] […] of leukocytes and platelets.[] Other signs and symptoms may include severe headache; retroorbital pain; muscle, joint, and bone pain; macular or maculopapular rash; and minor hemorrhagic manifestations,[]

  • Yellow Fever

    A liver biopsy showed severe and multilobular necrosis. Viral RNA was detectable throughout the clinical course of the disease.[] The clinical course of yellow fever is that of an acute illness lasting 1 week or more, and ranges from a nonspecific, mild febrile illness to classic disease with severe[] Coagulation defects, probably resulting from both liver damage and disseminated intravascular coagulation, are major manifestations and are associated with the severe gastrointestinal[]

  • Influenza

    leukocyte, platelet, and particularly, lymphocyte counts at the time of admission.[] Marked hyperglycemia, perhaps related to corticosteroid use, and elevated creatinine levels also occur. 16 In Thailand, 15 an increased risk of death was associated with decreased[]

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  • Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis

    CASE PRESENTATION: We present an atypical clinical course of CST in a 61-year-old male diabetic patient caused by a distant focus of inflammation.[] Cerebral spinal fluid demonstrated pleocytosis of polymorphonuclear leukocytes and decreased glucose level, which suggested bacterial meningitis.[] In particular nervous system structures are almost regularly affected; however, only few authors reported severe involvement of the internal carotid artery (ICA).[]

  • Meningitis

    There may be several reasons for the difference in efficacy of corticosteroids such as delayed presentation, clinical severity, underlying anaemia, malnutrition, the antibiotics[] Abnormalities include increased opening pressure ( 200 mm of H 2 O), increased leukocytes ( 4/mm 3 ), elevated protein ( 50 mg/dL), or decreased glucose ( 60 mg/dL), which[] […] concentration decreased by 6 percent.[]

  • Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

    Severe or complicated outbreaks may require longer treatment courses.[] Clinical Course E. chaffeensis ehrlichiosis can cause severe disease or death, although at lower rates than have been observed for RMSF.[] Treatment should be continued for at least three days after the fever subsides, and until there is unequivocal evidence of clinical improvement.[]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    In patients with cellular immunodeficiencies and post-transplant patients, more severe courses may occur. Chronic infections are extremely rare.[] A differential diagnosis of infectious mononucleosis, which is clinically very similar, must be excluded. Which of these pathogens is the most probable one?[]

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  • Tsutsugamushi Disease

    The precise mechanism underlying the more severe clinical course of JSF is not fully understood.[] It is generally said that the clinical course of JSF is worse than that of TD despite antibiotic treatment.[] We therefore examined whether the differential cytokine profile between these two infectious diseases contributes to the difference in clinical severity.[]

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  • Weil's Disease

    Most infections are asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic and self‐limited. 9,21,31,41 Clinical leptospirosis typically manifests with a biphasic course, with an acute phase[] […] spectrum from asymptomatic infection to the severe form of Weil’s disease.[] 23,28,32,38–41 Clinical manifestations The incubation period of leptospirosis ranges from 1 to 30 days (average 7–14 d). 10,11,28,34 Leptospirosis manifests with a wide clinical[]

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  • Phlebotomus Fever

    Abstract Twenty volunteers were inoculated with various doses of human serum containing Phlebotomus fever virus (Sicilian type) to determine their clinical and serologic responses as well as the human infectious dose50 of the virus. All infected subjects developed fever which varied in duration from 6 to 74 hours.[…][]

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