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ALLMedicine™ Trench Fever Center

Research & Reviews  27 results

Trench Fever
https://www.merckmanuals.com/professional/infectious-diseases/gram-negative-bacilli/trench-fever

Apr 1st, 2022 - Trench fever is a louse-borne disease caused by the gram-negative bacterium Bartonella quintana and observed originally in military populations during World Wars I and II. Symptoms are an acute, recurring febrile illness, occasionally with a rash....

Trench Fever
https://www.merckmanuals.com/en-ca/professional/infectious-diseases/gram-negative-bacilli/trench-fever

Apr 1st, 2022 - Trench fever is a louse-borne disease caused by the gram-negative bacterium Bartonella quintana and observed originally in military populations during World Wars I and II. Symptoms are an acute, recurring febrile illness, occasionally with a rash....

Bartonellosis (Bartonella Infection)
http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/213169-overview

Mar 9th, 2022 - Background Bartonellosis comprises infections caused by pathogens in the genus Bartonella. [1] In 1909, AL Barton described organisms that adhered to RBCs. The name Bartonia, later Bartonella bacilliformis, was used for the only member of the grou...

Bartonellosis (Bartonella Infection)
https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/213169-overview

Mar 9th, 2022 - Background Bartonellosis comprises infections caused by pathogens in the genus Bartonella. [1] In 1909, AL Barton described organisms that adhered to RBCs. The name Bartonia, later Bartonella bacilliformis, was used for the only member of the grou...

Cat Scratch Disease and Bartonellaceae: The Known, the Unknown and the Curious.
https://doi.org/10.1097/INF.0000000000002776
The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal; Zangwill KM

May 28th, 2021 - Since the early 1900s, Bartonella species were known only to cause human disease resulting from very restricted geographic (bartonellosis) or environmental influences ("trench fever"). In the 1990s, and in parallel, cat scratch disease and bacilla...

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News  2 results

Mystery Fever Leads to New Pathogen From Peru
https://www.medpagetoday.com/infectiousdisease/generalinfectiousdisease/5886

Jun 7th, 2007 - Action Points Explain to interested patients that this study reports on the isolation of a new pathogen, found after a woman became ill. Note that it's still not known whether the pathogen ordinarily is found in animals or insects or how humans be...

Losing the Louse: How to Manage this Common Infestation in Children
https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/772900_1

Abstract and Introduction Abstract This article aims to provide an overview of the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment for lice infestations in children. Management of the condition by parents in the home is presented, as well as ways to prevent sp...

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