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Fever in Biological Definition

Ebola

... Zaire virus Ebola hæmorrhagic fever (EHF — alternatively Ebola hemorrhagic fever ; commonly referred to as simply Ebola ) is a ... d'Ivoire 2 Ebola hemorrhagic fever 2.1 Treatment 2.2 Prevention 2.3 ...

Malaria

... : " bad air "; formerly called ague or marsh fever in English ) is an infectious disease which ... in 1907 . Symptoms of malaria include fever , shivering , arthralgia (joint pain), ... cells. The classical description of waves of fever coming every three or four days arises from ...

Yellow fever

... Yellow fever (also called black vomit or sometimes The ... Prevention A vaccine for yellow fever was developed which gives a 10-year+ immunity ... cases. In renal insufficiency - dialysis. A fever victim needs to get lots of rest, fresh air, and ...

Arbovirus

... can be arboviruses. List of arboviruses (not complete): Dengue fever Ross River virus Vesicular stomatitis virus West Nile virus Yellow fever ...

Colchicine

... -approved for the treatment of gout and also for familial Mediterranean fever , amyloidosis , and scleroderma . Side-effects include gastro-intestinal ... toxic dose has been ingested and include burning in the mouth and throat, fever , vomiting , diarrhea , abdominal pain and kidney failure . Death ...

Flaviviridae

... the following genera: Genus Flavivirus (type species Yellow fever virus , others include West Nile virus ) Genus Hepacivirus (type ... species Bovine viral diarrhea virus , others include classical swine fever or hog cholera) The genome of the Flaviviridae viruses is a ...

Avian influenza

... increasing pathogenicity". [1] Symptoms In humans, it has been found that avian flu causes similar symptoms to other types of flu: fever cough sore throat muscle aches conjunctivitis in severe cases of avian flu, it can cause severe breathing problems and ...

Bacterium

... , including humans . The role of bacteria in disease and infection is important. Some bacteria act as pathogens and cause tetanus , typhoid fever , pneumonia , syphilis , cholera , foodborne illness and tuberculosis . Sepsis , a systemic infectious syndrome characterized by shock and ...

Full blood count

... include: Neutrophil granulocytes - May indicate bacterial infection. Lymphocytes - Higher with some viral infections such as glandular fever . Also raised in lymphocytic leukaemia CLL . Monocytes - May be raised in bacterial infection Eosinophil granulocytes - Increased in ...

Bacterium

... , including humans . The role of bacteria in disease and infection is important. Some bacteria act as pathogens and cause tetanus , typhoid fever , pneumonia , syphilis , cholera , foodborne illness and tuberculosis . Sepsis , a systemic infectious syndrome characterized by shock and ...

Foot and mouth disease

... were cancelled. (see 2001 UK foot and mouth crisis for details). Symptoms In cattle, foot-and-mouth disease is characterized by high fever that declines rapidly after two or three days; blisters inside the mouth that lead to excessive secretion of stringy or foamy saliva and to ...

RNA virus

... would render it unfit for that purpose and would not propagate. Some RNA viruses: Arenaviridae Bunyaviridae Flaviviridae : Yellow fever - Hepatitis C&G Orthomyxoviridae : Influenza Paramyxoviridae : Mumps Picornaviridae : Polio Reoviridae Retroviridae : ...

Vaccine

... cultivated under conditions to disable their virulent properties. They typically provoke durable immunological responses. Examples include yellow fever , measles , rubella , and mumps . Toxoids - these are inactivated toxic compounds from micro-organisms in cases where these (rather than the ...

Virus classification

... - e.g. Norwalk virus Family Closteroviridae Family Comoviridae Family Dicistroviridae Family Flaviviridae - e.g. Yellow fever virus , West Nile virus , Hepatitis C virus Family Flexiviridae Family Hepeviridae - e.g. Hepatitis E virus Family ...
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