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Typhus is any of several similar diseases caused by Rickettsiae. The name comes from the Greek typhos (τῦφος) meaning smoky or hazy, describing the state of mind of those affected with typhus. The causative organism...
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More about Typhus: Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Prognosis Prevention Resources Typhus Definition Several different illnesses called
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Group of infectious diseases transmitted by lice or fleas. Includes symptoms of Murine and Epidemic Typhus as well as treatment options and potential complications.
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Typhus the name of any one of several similar diseases caused by particular ... The arthropod vector of epidemic typhus flourishes under conditions of poor ...
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Endemic typhus is sometimes called "jail fever. ... Murine typhus occurs in the southeastern and southern United States, often ...
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Typhus Information from Drugs.com ... Endemic typhus is sometimes called "jail fever. ... Murine typhus occurs in the southeastern and southern United States, often ...
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Brief and Straightforward Guide: What is Typhus? ... Although there are several forms of typhus, the main types are epidemic ... the bacteria that cause typhus. ...
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Typhus information including symptoms, diagnosis, misdiagnosis, treatment, causes, patient stories, videos, forums, prevention, and prognosis.
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Treatments for Typhus including drugs, prescription medications, alternative treatments, ... Online Books for Typhus. FEVER, ACUTE (Algorithmic Diagnosis ...
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Causative Agent: Typhus fever is a rickettsial disease caused by the organism ... known as epidemic typhus, this disease is ... Who gets typhus fever? ...
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Typhus - Symptom, Typhus is a bacterial disease spread by lice or fleas. ... People with severe typhus may also develop small areas of bleeding into the skin ...
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Typhus - All Information, Typhus is a bacterial disease spread by lice or fleas. ... Endemic typhus is sometimes called "jail fever. ...
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Typhus is a rickettsial disease caused by one of two organisms, Rickettsia ... Epidemic typhus and Brill disease are uncommon in the United States. ...
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Free articles and multimedia from The NY Times, including information on symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, tests, and surgical procedures, as well as current news ...
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Overview: Typhus refers to a group of infectious diseases that are caused by ... Typhus ... arthropod vector of epidemic typhus is the body louse (Pediculus ...
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Endemic typhus is sometimes called "jail fever. ... Murine typhus occurs in the southeastern and southern United States, often ...
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HIV-1 suppression during acute scrub-typhus infection" ... Comparative evaluation of four serodiagnostic tests for scrub typhus in Thailand" ...
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The onset of epidemic typhus is often sudden and can include fever, headache, chills and ... Typhus is not a nationally reportable disease, so data are minimal. ...
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Typhus, common name for a group of three acute infectious diseases of humans ... Typhus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ... Typhus: MedlinePlus Medical ...
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Typhus ... Endemic typhus is sometimes called "jail fever. ... Murine typhus occurs in the southeastern and southern United States. ...
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