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Hindman, "Cat-scratch disease associated with an osteolytic lesion," Journal of Pediatrics, vol.
Neuroretinitis and focal retinochoroiditis are the most common ocular manifestations of cat-scratch disease [2, 19, 20, 23, 24].
Cat-scratch disease occurs when a cat licks an open wound and can also be transferred if a cat bites or scratches a person's skin hard enough to break the surface.
Ros, "Disseminated hepatic and splenic lesions in cat-scratch disease: imaging features," American Journal of Roentgenology, vol.
The differential diagnosis of a slow-growing neck mass is broad and includes malignant lymphoma, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), Hodgkin disease, toxoplasmosis, metastatic carcinoma, infectious mononucleosis, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, cat-scratch disease, and angioimmunoblastic lymphadenopathy.
He presented several cases of children with prolonged fevers who remained without a diagnosis, despite extensive evaluations, until the possibility of cat-scratch disease was entertained and a history of contact with kittens was obtained.
Regional lymphadenopathy, which is the hallmark of cat-scratch disease, appears proximal to the inoculation site after 1 to 3 weeks.
Cat-scratch disease. Pediatr Infect Dis J 1997;16:163-79.
Sixty patients known to have cat-scratch disease were compared with 56 other cat owners.
His problem, instead, was believed to be a condition called cat-scratch disease (more commonly known as cat-scratch fever).
We present a case of lower extremity weakness linked to cat-scratch disease (CSD, causative agent Bartonella henselae proteobacterium).
[7] Cat-scratch disease, 2018, https://www.cdc.gov/healthypets/ diseases/cat-scratch.html.
(5.) Midani S, Ayoub EM, Anderson B: Cat-scratch disease. Adv Pediatr.
Infectious agents that can be passed from cats to humans through bites or scratches include: Bartonella(cat-scratch disease), Capnocytophaga (a bacterium found in cats' saliva that can cause life-threatening illness in humans when introduced into the bloodstream), Mycoplasma felis (a bacterium responsible for chronic infections), Pasteurella multocida(a bacterium that causes severe infection), Francisella tularensis(an organism that causes tularemia, a disease so severe it was once being developed as a bioweapon), Yersinia pestis(the likely cause of the plague that killed more than 100 million people in the sixth century and five million more in the 14th century), and, of course, the rabies virus.