Hemorrhagic Fever

What is Hemorrhagic Fever? The group of hemorrhagic fevers includes acute febrile diseases of viral etiology, in the pathogenesis and clinical manifestations of which the leading role is played by vascular lesions, leading to the

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Recurrent Typhus

What is Recurrent Typhus? Typhoid fever (lat. Typhus recurrens) is a collective name combining epidemic (pathogen carrier – louse) and endemic (pathogen carrier – tick) spirochetosis, which alternate with attacks of fever and periods of

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Viral Hepatitis E

What is Viral Hepatitis E? Viral hepatitis E is a viral infection from the conditional group of fecal-oral hepatitis, characterized by liver damage, acute cyclic course and severe manifestations in pregnant women. Viral hepatitis E

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Brucellosis

What is Brucellosis? Brucellosis is a zoonotic infectious-allergic disease, prone to chronicity, occurring with a primary lesion of the musculoskeletal system, cardiovascular, nervous and reproductive systems. Brief historical information The disease has been known since

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Brill-Zinsser Disease

What is Brill-Zinsser Disease? Brill-Zinsser disease (sypha sporadic typhoid) is a sporadic remote endogenous relapse of typhus in the absence of pediculosis. Manifesting typical symptoms of typhus, but easier over. Cases of sporadic typhus without

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South American Blastomycosis

What is South American Blastomycosis? South American Blastomycosis (synonyms: paracoccidioidomycosis, paracoccidioidosis, Brazilian blastomycosis, Lutz-Splendor-Almenda disease) is a deep mycosis, characterized by chronic progressive course, ulcerative granulomatous lesions of the skin, mucous membranes and organs, and

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Amebiasis

What is Amebiasis? Amebiasis is a protozoan invasion of a human, accompanied by a lesion of the colon and capable of generalization. Amebiasis is a disease caused by pathogenic strains of Entamoeba histolytica, which are

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Enterovirus Infection

What is Enterovirus Infection? Enterovirus infection is a group of acute infectious diseases caused by intestinal viruses (enteroviruses) characterized by fever and polymorphism of clinical symptoms caused by damage to the central nervous system, cardiovascular

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