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Trench Fever


Trench fever is a moderately serious disease transmitted by body lice. It infected armies in Flanders, France, Poland, Galicia, Italy, Salonika, Macedonia, Mesopotamia, and Egypt in World War I and the German army in Russia during World War II. From 1915 to 1918 between...
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Overview: Trench fever is a clinical syndrome caused by infection with Bartonella quintana. ... cases of mortality attributable to trench fever were recognized. ...
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More about Trench Fever: Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Prognosis Prevention Resources Trench Fever Definition Trench fever is a bacterial
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Trench fever can be either slow or ... Trench fever takes its name from its first appearance in the ... It was dubbed trench fever in the Lancet less than ...
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the trench fever agent was still unknown (4) ... tomatic trench fever, and 5 were asymptomatic carriers. Three different courses of trench fever were described by ...
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Trench fever, the first clinical manifestation attributed to Bartonella quintana, ... When trench fever was first described in 1915, its etiologic agent was called ...
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OF LICE AND MEN ... © Trench fever is an unusual disease because it was first discovered in 1915 and ... first description of trench fever was made by Major ...
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Trench fever is a bacterial infection that causes repeated ... The term trench fever refers to the crowded conditions in ... untitled. of lice and men ...
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Trench fever is a bacterial infection caused by the bacterium <i>Bartonella ... Trench fever received its name during World War I, when millions of troops ...
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Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with medical definitions ... Trench fever was again a major problem in the military in World War II and is ...
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Trench Fever is an unusual disease in that it was first discovered in 1915 and ... Graham's clinical description of Trench Fever refers to a sudden onset with ...
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Trench Fever 'Trench Fever' was first reported in the trenches of the Western ... Trench Fever attacked all armies and until the final year of the war baffled ...
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"TRENCH FEVER. ... Afterwards several Trench Fever Committees were formed by the British medical authorities. ... The skin pains of trench fever are characteristic. ...
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Bartonella quintana and urban trench fever. Ohl ME, Spach DH. ... Trench Fever/physiopathology. Urban Population. PMID: 10913410 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] ...
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1: Lancet. 1995 Feb 18;345(8947):450-1. Return of trench fever. Stein A, Raoult D. ... Humans. Male. Middle Aged. Trench Fever* PMID: 7853966 [PubMed - indexed ...
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What is trench fever? Meaning of trench fever medical term. What does trench fever mean? ... The term trench fever refers to the crowded conditions in which ...
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The pathogen of Q fever was discovered in 1937, when Frank Macfarlane Burnet and ... henselae (Cat-scratch disease) · Bartonella quintana (Trench fever) · either ...
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Diseases > Lice > Trench Fever. Print Version. Biology. Public Health Risk ... Trench fever, known also as "five-day fever," was first recognized as a distinct ...
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