scrub typhus

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Synonyms for scrub typhus

transmitted by larval mites and widespread in Asia

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In our patient, close temporal relationship between scrub typhus and AOSD strongly suggested that scrub typhus triggered AOSD.
Currently, little data exist on the risk for rickettsioses and scrub typhus for US military deployed to South Korea.
In some regions scrub typhus accounts for up to 50 per cent of undifferentiated fever.
At this stage, in the setting of moderate grade fever with lymphadenitis, splenomegaly and thrombocytopenia, that was unresponsive to antibiotics, a diagnosis of scrub typhus (2) was considered and confirmed by a positive IgM enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA).
Last year, in August and September, the institution had received a total of 80 cases of the Scrub Typhus disease.
Since 2003 there has been a forty-percent increase in human cases of scrub typhus in Taiwan," Kuo says.
Scrub typhus was first reported in Korea when 8 United Nations Soldiers were diagnosed with it during the Korean War and shortly after the signing of the armistice (1951-1954).
Later in 1944, Marinus was seconded to the Wellcome Research Laboratories of Tyburn, to head up the large-scale production of scrub typhus vaccine.
3) Some recent articles from Entrez PubMed list: vaccinia, (4) methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus or MRSA, (5) leptospirosis, (6) anthrax, (7) human immunodeficiency virus or HIV, (8) severe acute respiratory syndrome or SARS, virus, (9) scrub typhus, (10) and various parasites.
At that time, he became ill with scrub typhus, a type of tropical disease, and was sent to a field hospital.
At least one other disease -- scrub typhus -- has also been found to suppress HIV, but only in some patients.
SDS) announced Monday that the company has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with US Naval Medical Research Unit Two, part of the US Naval Medical Research and Development Command in Bethesda, MD to work cooperatively on developing rapid tests for dengue fever, scrub typhus, and leptospirosis.
Murine typhus is common in tropical areas but is often not distinguished from other more prevalent febrile bacterial infections, such as scrub typhus, spotted fever rickettsioses, and leptospirosis.
Tropical infections due to dengue, malaria, leptospira, scrub typhus and many other vector borne diseases are commonly seen in South Asia including Indian subcontinent.
The sole agent of scrub typhus has been assigned to a new genus and is now called Orientia tsutsugamushi.