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875 Possible Causes for Relapsing Fever

  • Skin Infection

    […] include: Lyme disease , due to Borrelia burgdorferi Relapsing fever , due to Babesia microti Tularaemia , due to Francisella tularensis Rickettsial diseases (some of these[] Salmonella species, particularly S typhi ( typhoid fever ) Aeromonas species, found in water, rarely cause skin and soft tissue infections Tick -borne bacterial infections[]

  • Insect Bite

    Other insect borne diseases Other insect borne diseases include: relapsing fever and Chagas disease transmitted by bed bugs in Mexico Yellow fever transmitted by mosquitoes[] Lice may also serve as vectors for Borrelia recurrentis and Bartonella quintana, etiological agents of relapsing fever and trench fever, respectively.[] Other types of insects or bugs that bite for a blood meal and diseases that are possibly transmitted are as follows: Lice bites can transmit epidemic relapsing fever , caused[]

  • Drug-induced Fever

    relapsing fever remittent respiration rheumatism rigors rise of temperature scarlatina seldom severe slight smallpox sometimes stage Sydney Ringer symptoms tempe tempera[] fever (rodent-infested cabins) Regional infections, as follows: Histoplasmosis (Midwest United States, Ohio and Mississippi River Valleys, Central and South America, bat[] The classic, but infrequent, Pel-Ebstein fever of Hodgkin’s disease is a pattern of relapsing episodes of evening fevers that last for 3 to 10 days alternating in cyclic fashion[]

  • Relapsing Fever

    Epidemiology Endemic relapsing fever occurs worldwide. Only a few cases of endemic relapsing fever are reported in the U.S. annually.[] External links [ edit ] CDC: Relapsing Fever Scientist and astronomer Larry Webster infected with relapsing fever[] Subsequent relapses tend to be less severe. There are from 3 to 10 relapses seen in most cases of endemic relapsing fever.[]

  • Epidemic Typhus

    British Library YF.2011.a.22007 Despite the dramatic and tragic losses, the typhus and relapsing fever epidemic taught some useful lessons. [] Differential diagnosis includes malaria, typhoid fever, viral haemorrhagic fever, leptospirosis, endemic typhus, tick-borne and louse-borne relapsing fevers, non-typhoidal[] Survey of louse-associated diseases among rural Andean communities in Peru: prevalence of epidemic typhus, trench fever, and relapsing fever. Clin. Infect.[]

  • Pediculosis Corporis

    Important vector for human diseases, including epidemic typhus, relapsing fever, and trench fever.[] These lice can carry such diseases as louse-borne typhus ( Rickettsia prowazeki ), trench fever ( Rochalimaea Quintana ), and louse-borne relapsing fever ( Borrellia recurrentis[] The body louse occasionally is the vector for several important transmissible illnesses, including epidemic typhus, trench fever, and relapsing fever.[]

  • Pharyngitis

    ; (c) preventing relapse ; and (d) preventing complications ( suppurative complications, acute rheumatic fever, post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis).[] Objectives: To assess the evidence on the comparative efficacy of different antibiotics in: (a) alleviating symptoms (pain, fever); (b) shortening the duration of the illness[]

  • Eczema

    fever.”[] “Patients with atopic dermatitis suffer from chronic, relapsing, intensely itchy, and inflamed skin lesions and have an increased likelihood of developing asthma and/or hay[]

  • Bertiella Studeri

    […] spirillary Rat bite fever streptobacillary Relapsing fever Respiratory syncytial virus infection Respiratory viruses miscellaneous Reyes syndrome Rheumatic fever Rhinoscleroma[] Pleurodynia Pneumocystis pneumonia Pneumonia bacterial Poliomyelitis Protothecosis and chlorellosis Pseudocowpox Pyodermas impetigo abscess etc Pyomyositis Qfever Rabies Rat bite fever[]

  • Hypoalbuminemia

    Hypoalbuminemia Synonym Hypalhuminosis Specialty Endocrinology Hypoalbuminemia (or hypoalbuminaemia ) is a medical sign in which the level of albumin in the blood is abnormally low. [1] It is a type of hypoproteinemia . Albumin is a major protein in the human body, making up about 55 to 60% of total human plasma protein[…][]

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