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Borrelia

... causes Lyme disease , typically is carried by a genus of ticks known as ixodes. Borrelia ... is borne by ticks of several species in the genus Ixodes, which usually feed on the white-footed ... burgdorferi and is transmitted by the deer tick, genus Ixodes, which lives on deer, mice, dogs, ... ...

Babesiosis

... tick-borne disease caused by a protozoan of the genus Babesia. Babesiosis most commonly affects domestic and wild animals and ... problem in cattle. Babesiosis A disease caused by protozoa of the genus characterized by a malaria -like fever , anemia , vomiting , muscle ...

Giardia

... lamblia. Giardia , which was named after Alfred M. Giardia : A genus of protozoa that infect the gastrointestinal tract of some animals, ... Giardia sis Parasitic infestation caused by a flagellate protozoan of the genus Giardia , especially by G. lamblia. Hallucination A false or distorted ...

Aloe

... ALOE - The dried juice from the leaves of plants of the genus Aloe (family Liliaceae), from which are derived aloin, resin, emodin, and volatile oils; also used in some laxatives as a purgative; often added to ...

Bilharziasis

... problems. (shs´tsm´ss), bilharziasis , or snail fever , parasitic disease caused by blood flukes, trematode worms of the genus Schistosoma. Three species are human parasites : S. mansoni, S. japonicum, and S. haematobium. Fluke-caused illnesses are classified as ...

Chlamydia

... disease ( STD ) in the United States. Among adults, the occurrence rate is 5%. Chlamydia Related Category: Pathology (klmd´), genus of microorganism s that cause a variety of disease s in humans and other animals. Chlamydia Treatment : The mainstay of therapy for ...

Cryptosporidium

... the parasite cryptosporidium . The main symptom is diarrhea . Cryptosporidium Related Category: Pathology (krp´´tsprd´m), genus of protozoans having at least four species; they are waterborne parasites that cause the disease cryptosporidiosis. Cryptosporidium , Organ ...

Ehrlichiosis

... Ehrlichiosis Related Category: Pathology (ârlk´ss), any of several disease s caused by rickettsia of the genus Ehrlichia. Ehrlichiosis is transmitted by ticks . Both human forms tend to develop about nine days after a tick bite. Ehrenritter; ...

Febrile

... caused by a group A hemolytic streptococci. erythema Redness of the skin . Leptospirosis - febrile disease caused by bacteria of the genus Leptospirae. The disease occurs in dogs, cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, and horses and is transmissible to humans. It is most common where the ... ...

Giardiasis

... via contaminated food and water and direct person-to-person contact. Giardiasis Parasitic infestation caused by a flagellate protozoan of the genus Giardia , especially by G. lamblia. Hallucination A false or distorted perception of objective reality. Imaginary objects, sounds, and events are ...

Gums

... ) or a joint space (hemarthrosis). Myrtles are cultivated for their timber, gums , resins, oils, spices and edible fruits. The true myrtle genus ( Myrtus ) is native to the American tropics, while the classical myrtle ( M. communis ) is native around the Mediterranean region. esthetic zones ...

Hantavirus

... Hantavirus Related Category: Pathology any of a genus ( Hantavirus ) of single-stranded RNA virus es that are carried by rodents and transmitted to humans when they inhale vapors from contaminated ...

Malaria

... ( Semen Analysis ) Male PAP Test (Prostatic Acid Phosphatase (PAP)) ... Malaria Disease caused by the presence of sporozoan parasites of the genus Plasmodium in the red blood cells, transmitted by the bite of anopheline mosquitoes, and characterized by severe and recurring attacks of chills ...

Muscle

... MYALGIA : Diffuse muscle pain , usually accompanied by malaise (vague feeling of discomfort or weakness ). MYCOBACTERIUM: Any bacterium of the genus Mycobacterium or a closely related genus. involuntary rigid muscle contraction , often persi stent and often accompanied by pain . Damage ...

Myalgia

... MYALGIA : Diffuse muscle pain , usually accompanied by malaise (vague feeling of discomfort or weakness ). MYCOBACTERIUM: Any bacterium of the genus Mycobacterium or a closely related genus. Poly myalgia mainly affects older people. This article looks at the symptoms and treatment of the ...

Nematode

... other mammals and attach themselves to the host 's intestine s by means of hooks. The disease is caused by nematode s ( roundworms ) of the genus Trichinella. We identify and study behavior al mutants of the nematode C. ELEGANS in which this form of neurotransmitter signaling is ....

Paratyphoid

... More on Paratyphoid Salmonellosis - any of a group of infectious diseases caused by intestinal bacteria of the genus Salmonella , including typhoid fever , paratyphoid fever , blood poisoning , and food poisoning ( gastroenteritis ). ... tetany ; ...

Roundworms

... imagine the largest of the tapeworm s — they can grow to be 25 feet or longer. The disease is caused by nematode s ( roundworms ) of the genus Trichinella. In tropical countries the most common cause is filariasis, infestation with certain filaria, small parasitic roundworms (see worm) ...

Schistosomiasis

... Pathology (shs´tsm´ss), bilharziasis , or snail fever , parasitic disease caused by blood flukes, trematode worms of the genus Schistosoma. Three species are human parasites : S. mansoni, S. japonicum, and S. Schistosomiasis is an infection caused by one of the five ...

Shigella

... Shigella is spread by contaminated food or from person to person (principally via a fecal-oral route). New strains of bacteria of the genus Shigella have been associated with food poisoning from ground meat. Shigella infection Diarrhea : Cancer -related causes and how to ...

Smell

... part of the brain. Chenopodium are weedy, rank- smell ing plants which are found in a large variety of environments. Species of the Chenopodium genus include C. bonus-henricus (Good-King-Henry or mercury ), C. Remember that contaminated food often looks and smell s normal. Throw out dented ...

Swamp Fever

... More on Swamp Fever Leptospirosis - febrile disease caused by bacteria of the genus Leptospirae. The disease occurs in dogs, cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, and horses and is transmissible to humans. It is most common where the ... ...

Tropical Diseases

... Organ ization 73 (Mar./Apr. 1995): 191+. (lsh´´mn´ss), any of a group of tropical diseases caused by parasitic protozoans of the genus Leish mania . The parasites live in dogs, foxes, rodents, and humans; they are transmitted by the bites of sand flies. Travel, particularly to ...

Virus

... be transmitted during sexual intercourse , organ transplant s and blood transfusion s. Hanta virus Related Category: Pathology any of a genus ( Hanta virus ) of single-stranded RNA virus es that are carried by rodents and transmitted to humans when they inhale vapors from contaminated ...

Volvulus

... - intestinal Causes, incidence , and risk factors: ... OnchocerciasisParasitic infestation caused by filamentous worms of the genus Onchocerca, especially O. volvulus , that is found in tropical America and is transmitted by several types of blackflies. Volkmann’s ...
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