Create issue ticket

655 Possible Causes for Myoglobinuria after Exertion, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

  • Glycogen Storage Disease Type 1

    […] muscle fatigue, myalgia, muscle cramps, muscle swelling; myoglobinuria due to rhabdomyolysis may occur after exercise; severe myoglobinuria may lead to acute renal failure[] Myoglobinuria may occur after exercise[ 163 ].[] […] hypoglycemia; hypotonia, muscle atrophy; amylopectin-like inclusions; respiratory insufficiency; may have cardiomyopathy or neuronal involvement Type V Muscle glycogen phophorylase Exertional[]

  • Insect Bite

    , Tennessee and Missouri. 31 Rocky Mountain spotted fever can be very difficult to diagnose, especially in its early stages. 32 Symptoms of Rocky Mountain spotted fever typically[] Rocky Mountain spotted fever is treated with antibiotics.[] Mountain Spotted Fever Arise From Ticks Ticks are vectors for numerous diseases including Q fever, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, tick paralysis, tularemia, babesiosis, human[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Viral Exanthem

    Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever causes tiny red spots on the palms and soles, and occasionally elsewhere.[] […] stage of Rocky Mountain spotted fever do not blanch.[] People with Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever also have severe headaches and often abdominal pain.[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Meningoencephalitis

    Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Other Spotted Fever Group Rickettsioses Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Pathophysiology R. rickettsii is an obligate intracellular pathogen that[] Abbreviation: RMSF Rocky Mountain spotted fever. BOX 4.[] Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) ), Rickettsia conorii, and Rickettsia africae.[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Lyme Disease

    Mountain spotted fever, HIV, hepatitis B and other parasitic infections.[] Ticks can transmit Lyme disease, Ehrlichia, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, anaplasmosis, tularemia, and babesia.[] Other Tick-Borne Diseases Other diseases caused by tick-borne infections include anaplasmosis, babesiosis, ehrlichiosis, borrelia miyamotoi disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Viral Meningitis

    Mountain spotted fever Typhus リンク ICD-10: G03 MeSH: D008582 文献 PMID: 15684450 (description, env_factor, pathogen) 著者 Kumar R タイトル Aseptic meningitis: diagnosis and management[] […] neoformans Histoplasma capsulatum Coccidiodes immitis Blastomyces dermatitides Candida Toxoplasma gondii Neurocysticercosis Trichinosis Naeglaria Hartmannella Bartonella henselae Rocky[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Ehrlichiosis

    spotted fever acute serology without a convalescent increase in immunoglobulin G, and immunoglobulin G/immunoglobulin M serology positive for human monocytic ehrlichiosis[] Mountain spotted fever, and Q fever).[] Laboratory studies were significant for thrombocytopenia, equivocal Lyme enzyme immunosorbent assay with a negative confirmatory western immunoblot, equivocal Rocky Mountain[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Kawasaki Disease

    These include Rocky Mountain spotted fever, scarlet fever, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and measles.[] These include scarlet fever, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Can Kawasaki disease be prevented or avoided?[] , measles, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, or an allergic drug reaction.[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Relapsing Fever

    The soft tick is different from the larger hard-shelled tick that causes Rocky Mountain spotted fever.[] ‘Tick-borne diseases in the United States include Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Lyme disease, ehrlichiosis, tularemia, babesiosis, Colorado tick fever, and relapsing fever[] Schwan, who co-wrote the paper with a Missoula doctor, said the ticks feed much more quickly than the Rocky Mountain spotted fever tick.[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Toxic Shock Syndrome

    Mountain spotted fever, leptospirosis, or measles Case Classification Probable A case which meets the laboratory criteria and in which four of the five clinical criteria[] Tests to rule out other infections, such as an infection of the blood (sepsis), Rocky Mountain spotted fever , leptospirosis , and typhoid fever . How is it treated?[] Negative results on the following tests, if obtained: Blood or cerebrospinal fluid cultures blood culture may be positive for Staphylococcus aureus ) Negative serologies for Rocky[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion

Further symptoms