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Anthrax is an acute disease caused by Bacillus anthracis. It affects both humans and animals and most forms of the disease are highly lethal. There are effective vaccines against anthrax, and some forms of the disease respond...
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Inhalation (or respiratory) anthrax is an infectious disease brought on by ... The main form of inhalation anthrax is a bloody infection of the lymph nodes in ...
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Inhalation anthrax: Begins with fever, malaise, headache, cough, shortness of ... When treating inhalation anthrax, a combination of antibiotics should be used. ...
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Anthrax most commonly occurs in wild and domestic lower vertebrates (cattle, ... Inhalation anthrax is usually fatal, and even with aggressive antibiotic and ...
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Home page for all CDC anthrax information. Includes basic information as well as ... Mediastinal widening with inhalation anthrax (JAMA 1999:281:1735-1745) ...
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Inhalation or respiratory anthrax is an infectious disease caused by breathing ... are usually two stages of inhalation anthrax: Stage one can last from hours ...
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Inhalation or respiratory anthrax is an infectious disease caused by breathing ... The prognosis of inhalation anthrax once it reaches the second stage is poor, ...
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... about Anthrax: Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Prognosis Prevention Resources Anthrax Definition Anthrax is ... Inhalation anthrax in a home craftsman" ...
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Inhalation (or respiratory) anthrax is an infectious disease brought on by ... The main form of inhalation anthrax is a bloody infection of the lymph nodes in ...
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Inhalation anthrax - Overview, Inhalation (or respiratory) anthrax is an infectious disease caused by breathing in the spores of the bacteria Bacillus anthracis.
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Inhalation anthrax - All Information, Inhalation (or respiratory) anthrax is an infectious disease caused by breathing in the spores of the bacteria Bacillus anthracis.
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Inhalation or respiratory anthrax is an infectious disease caused by inhaling ... If inhalation anthrax is suspected, a chest X-ray, blood cultures, and sputum ...
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Inhalation Anthrax (Anthrax - Inhalation) information center covers causes, prevention, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, incidence, risk factors, signs, tests, ...
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Inhalation (or respiratory) anthrax is an infectious disease caused by breathing ... The prognosis of inhalation anthrax once it reaches the second stage is poor, ...
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Inhalation (or respiratory) anthrax is an infectious disease brought on by breathing in the spores of the bacteria Bacillus anthracis.
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Inhalation anthrax was formerly thought to be nearly 100 percent fatal despite ... The inhalation of anthrax spores can lead to infection and disease. ...
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... information on the bacterial disease anthrax with regard to infection in the ... Anthrax is extremely potent: inhalation of just one millionth of a gram of ...
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Anthrax infections can occur in three forms: cutaneous (skin), inhalation, and ... Chest radiograph showing widened mediastinum due to inhalation anthrax. ...
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Occasional inhalation anthrax cases have arisen among people with no compelling ... The most careful studies on inhalation anthrax have been those done by the US ...
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