Before sample collection, a clinical examination was performed on each pigeon to identify signs suggestive of respiratory infection, such as abnormal breathing sounds, rhinitis, nasal discharge, dyspnea, coryza
, or pharyngitis.
A three-year-old male (the brother of case one) with homozygous Hb SS presented with history of fever, cough, and coryza
for three days, which started one day after his younger sibling became symptomatic.
paragraph]) An illness in any person a clinician suspects of having measles infection or in any person with fever and maculopapular rash and cough, coryza
, or conjunctivitis.
fever (380 C or more lasting more than 3 days), maculopapular rash (non-vesicular) and cough, coryza
The case definition of measles according to WHO, is generalized maculo-papular rash (non-vesicular), history of fever [greater than or equal to] 101F and at least one of the following: cough, coryza
, conjunctivitis or clinical case definition of suspected measles or laboratory criteria of diagnosis: presence of measles specific IgM antibodies10.
A suspected patient is one with fever, generalized maculopapular rash with one of these: cough, coryza
and conjunctivitis (3Cs).
People at high altitude, especially those with AMS, show an increased incidence of infectious symptoms, such as coryza
, cough, sore throat and diarrhea.
Details about the episodes of RTIs and symptoms like cough, sputum production, and shortness of breath, wheeze, coryza
, and fever during this illness were inquired about.
The symptoms of the disease are similar to that of flu, including cough, coryza
(catarrhal inflammation of the mucous membrane in the nose, caused especially by a cold), along with conjunctivitis (sore eyes), fever and rashes on the face and neck of the patient.
ILI is defined as a medical diagnosis of possible influenza or other illness causing a set of common symptoms, such as fever, body malaise, coryza
(colds) cough and sore throat.
While infections, coryza
, gastroesophageal reflux and asthma are reported to be common causes of chronic cough, conditions which can not be associated with the respiratory system or another systemic disease may also cause to chronic cough (1, 2).
Other symptoms can include sore throat, coryza
, sputum production, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain.
A patient with cough, coryza
, or gastrointestinal symptoms does not have Lyme disease.
There may be a history of diarrhoea, night sweats, chronic nasal or middle ear catarrh, and respiratory mucosal disorders generally, weakness, cardiovascular disease, tachycardia, poor appetite and coryza
Two other rats became ill during the following weeks: the first, displaying symptoms of coryza
, was examined by a veterinarian on September 5; the second was examined by the same veterinarian on September 12 for a vestibular syndrome that evolved to severe respiratory failure and then death on September 15.