infectious disease (viral)

Shigellosis is an intestinal infection. With more than 15,000 cases of a bacterium called shigella annually occurring in the United States, shigellosis often affects children and can spread rapidly in daycare.

Typhus is an acute disease caused by A bacterium named Rickettsia rickettsii is an infectious tick that carries the bacteria. These ticks live in wooded areas in low hedges and tall grass. The disease is more common in warm weather—spring and summer. Illness can occur at any age. But it is more common in adults aged 60 to 69 and children aged 5 to 9 years, and more in men than women.

Mumps is a viral infection that causes painful swelling of the salivary glands. These glands on both sides of the jaw drool Mumps was most commonly seen in children between the ages of 10 and 15 before the mumps vaccine was developed. Mumps is a common childhood disease. It is much less common now. Complications can occur, usually in adults. Hearing can be temporarily lost. Organs can become swollen and irritated. These organs include the testicles in boys who become adolescents and men. Infertility (sometimes infertility) of the ovaries or breasts in women and girls who have gone through puberty. Pancreas, meninges, heart and joints

A lung abscess is an infection of the lungs. hollow with pus forms containing bacteria or other microorganisms dead tissue and fluid accumulation People over 60 are at increased risk of developing abscesses.

Listeria infection It is a serious infection caused by eating food contaminated with bacteria. These bacteria are most common in undercooked meat and dairy products. Listeria infection It is a serious disease in the public health system, but it is an uncommon infection. Anyone can get infected.

Herpangina is a viral disease that causes stomach ulcers and blisters inside the mouth. causing the throat and mouth to become red and swollen It is a common childhood infection in children ages 1 to 10. It can be confused with strep throat or canker sores. It usually occurs during the summer and fall. Recovery takes a few days to a week. Little treatment is required.

Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by bacteria. It usually affects the genitals. But it can also occur in other parts of the body, such as the eyes, neck, joints, etc. Untreated gonorrhea can lead to serious problems.

EBV Herpes simplex virus occurs worldwide as one of the most common human viruses. Many children and young people are infected. EBVs in the United States About half of children aged 5 and 95% of adults aged 35 to 40 have EBV.

Epididymitis is an infection or swelling of the epididymis. The epididymis are the tubes at the top of each testicle that carry sperm to the vas deferens, where they eject sperm. Sperm cyst inflammation can be cured with treatment.

Tapeworm disease is an infection caused by ingestion of Taenia solium in contaminated food or water, or by ingesting tapeworm eggs from an infected person. This tapeworm occurs worldwide and affects about 50 million people, usually in developing countries. About 1,000 new cases are diagnosed each year in the United States. Tapeworm of the brain can cause seizures in adults.

Endocardial infection It is inflammation with or without infection that affects the lining of the heart and heart valves.

Coccidioidomycosis Also known as San Joaquin Valley fever, it is an infection caused by spores of the fungus Coccidioides immitis.

Cat scratch disease is an infection that is believed to be caused by bacteria that live on a cat's claws. The infection has spread to the lymph nodes. near scratches Lymph nodes are tissues that are part of the body's immune system.

Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs. Bacterial pneumonia It means that the bacteria caused this infection. Bacteria enter the lungs through inhalation or through the bloodstream.

ehrlichiosis Ehrlichiosis is a disease that affects dogs, cattle, sheep, goats and horses in the United States. The disease was first described in humans in 1957. 1987. The two major diseases are human monocytic ehrlichiosis (HME)

Giardiasis is an intestinal disease caused by parasites. It's one of the leading causes of diarrhea in the United States. Giardiasis is usually not serious. But there may be complications such as poor absorption of food, weight loss, and decreased body fluids.

Echinococcosis It is an infection caused by a small tapeworm called Echinococcus. Tapeworms can infect the liver, lungs, kidneys, bones or brain. They become cysts that can enlarge and damage these organs. Echinococcosis It is commonly found in many parts of the world. Especially the Middle East in the area of livestock. It also occurs in similar areas in Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the Americas, as well as in the southwestern United States. in the united states mostly found in immigrants

Botulism is a disease caused by toxins produced by these bacteria, Clostridium botulinum. The bacteria are abundant in soil and grow from spores. only under appropriate conditions The three types of botulism Associated with food, wounds and infant botulism. Of these, about 25% were food-related, 72% were in infants, and 3% were for the traumatic type. These toxins are also valuable in medical treatments, such as relieving muscle spasms. and remove wrinkles

Bacterial food poisoning is a common disease that results from eating contaminated food.

Babesiosis is an infectious disease transmitted by ticks. Ticks carry microscopic organisms called Babesia. These organisms can also infect people and cause nonspecific illnesses with fever.

Trichomoniasis It is an infection of the genitals that is spread by sexual contact. It is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases (STIs) or sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). It affects both sexes. But most are women ages 16 to 35. In the United States, about 2 million women are infected each year. The infection is not life-threatening. But it may lead to complications such as infertility. Infections of the skin tissue in the vagina (cellulitis) and, in men, blockage of the urethra. Infection during pregnancy can lead to premature delivery and low birth weight.

Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease. The disease is caused by bacteria that can infect the skin, mouth, genitals and nervous system. If caught early, syphilis is easy to treat and does not cause disease. Untreated syphilis can cause serious damage to the brain or nervous system and other organs, including the heart.

Lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV) is an infectious disease spread through sexual contact (STD). It usually involves the lymph nodes and genitals. and may also affect the rectum and oral cavity Found mostly in subtropics and tropics. It generally affects men more than women between the ages of 20 and 40.

A blister is a mild skin infection. Occurs more often in infants and children. easily spread from people single towards one another, especially when they are close to each other Siblings who play touch sports tend to keep in touch.

Cellulitis is an infection in the skin and soft tissue layer below the skin surface. people with diabetes blood circulation problems And a weakened immune system can also develop cellulitis easily. People who have undergone medical procedures such as heart or lung surgery can cause cellulitis. Like farm workers or in the garden or the fisherman

Poisonous animals in the ocean, including corals, jellyfish and sea nettles, sea urchins and starfish, stingrays, and dangerous fish, including lionfish, scorpionfish, and rockfish, release venom from bites or puncture wounds from thorns. People encounter these animals while diving or swimming in shallow water. contact is possible.

is a serious infectious disease caused by the variola virus. Variola virus is contagious. spread from one person to another People with smallpox develop a fever and an invasive skin rash. Most people with smallpox recover, but about 3 out of 10 people with the disease die. Many smallpox survivors have permanent scars on various parts of their bodies, especially their faces. and some are blind

HFMD is caused by a viral infection of the throat in young children under the age of 10. Mild disease, no specific treatment, heals on its own in 2 weeks.

It is a viral infection that spreads during winter and spring. It appears as a rash on the face. The name of the disease depends on the place where the child was found. Found in children aged 5-14 years.

a chronic disease Repeated blistering of small blisters on the skin. An outbreak can last for days, weeks, months. or even a year dermatitis herpetiformis is unusual

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