Serological evidence for wide distribution of spotted fevers and typhus fever
in Tamil Nadu.
They could, however, be carriers of an infectious (communicable) disease such as smallpox, cholera or typhus fever
that could devastate Sydney's population.
Flying squirrels carry Rickettsia prowazeki, which is associated with typhus fever
It was the final resting place of Bishop Riddell, the cathedral's first parish priest, in 1847, and Father Fletcher, an assistant priest, in 1848, who died from the typhus fever
that swept through Newcastle.
is an infective disease caused by tiny organisms (rickettsia) which are halfway between bacteria and viruses.
which had successfully kept the southeastern states malaria-free during World War II and, for approximately one year, from murine typhus fever
Kelly says rats carry many diseases, including Marine typhus fever
, leptospirosis, infectious jaundice, rat bite fever, trichinosisand, as mammals, are susceptible to rabies, although rats and other small rodents rarely pass it on and none has been documented in the area.
, a predominant illness among World War II concentration-camp prisoners, is usually not fataltoday, although its symptoms (headache, fever and muscle aches) can be extremely discomforting.
The fecal matter contaminates everything in the living space which leads to the rampant spread of diseases like dysentery, cholera, typhus fever
She transformed the conditions and the care provided in the workhouse, but died at the age of just 35, after catching typhus fever
During the 16th century, typhus fever
was gradually distinguished from diseases with similar clinical manifestations as physicians learned to recognize typhus by its sudden onset and characteristic rash (5).