cat scratch disease

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a disease thought to be transmitted to humans by a scratch from a cat

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First, culture may not recover atypical bacteria, such as Bartonella henselae, the causative agent of cat scratch disease (CSD), which is a common cause of infectious lymphadenitis in the pediatric population in the United States.
Assessment and testing results for 3 patients with cat scratch disease who had skin biopsy specimens positive for Bartonella henselae, France, 2010 * Patient Cat no.
Serologic response to Bartonella and Afipia antigens in patients with cat scratch disease.
Eli Mordechai, PhD, one of the first researchers to study tick-borne cat scratch disease, recently announced his research on 126 New Jersey black-legged ticks.
Although most infectious lymphadenopathies show nonspecific histologic findings, diagnostic morphologic features can be seen in a few reactive conditions, such as infectious mononucleosis, cat scratch disease, lymphogranuloma venereum, syphilis, virus-associated hemophagocytic syndrome, and HIV infection.
Cat scratch disease is marked by swollen lymph nodes and fever that follow the formation of a tiny skin lump at the site of a cat scratch.
Bartonella, or cat scratch disease, like rabies, can spread directly from an infected animal to humans.
Researchers have recently implicated Rochalimaea bacteria as the cause of trench fever and cat scratch disease, two other human illnesses.
Cat scratch disease (CSD) is a common cause of swollen lymph nodes in children, especially when the swelling lasts longer than three weeks.
Pitfalls and fallacies of cat scratch disease serology: evaluation of Bartonella henselae-based indirect fluorescence assay and enzyme-linked immunoassay.
multicenter retrospective review of 53 cases of ocular cat scratch disease outlined the following clinical characteristics; 1) a mean age of 27.
Neuroretinitis secondary to concurrent infection with cat scratch disease and Lyme disease.
patent applications in areas such as heartworm, flea bite allergy, flea control, cat scratch disease, plague, IgE receptor-based allergy diagnosis, and proprietary vaccine delivery technologies.