Infectious Diseases

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, pri et feugiat consulatu. Eu per ceteros platonem. Ea dictas legendos ius. At adhuc solum has. Nec at harum euripidis, habeo elitr patrioque ne mel. Mei probo oportere posidonium in, has ei everti volutpat consequat.

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.

Impetigo is a mild skin infection. Occurs most often in infants and children. easily spread from people The same as everyone else, especially when they play together, brother and sister. and people who play sports closely

Toenail fungus or onychomycosis is a fungal nail infection. Toenails are affected more than fingernails. It is more common in older people with poor circulation and diabetic People tend to have foot fungus. (People who exercise) together with toenail fungus

Paronychia is a common infection that is located under the skin around the fingernails and can be acute or chronic. (last a long time) more often occurs in females than males Abscesses or pus can occur if left untreated.

Bites are worrisome because they can infect both of them. The mouths of animals and humans carry many pathogens. Bites on the hands, forearms, lower legs, feet, and face are also more susceptible to infection. Human diseases such as hepatitis and HIV are more common. Rabies can be transmitted to others by bites. Bats, raccoons, foxes, and skunks can transmit rabies to others. Rabies is a serious and often fatal disease. Dogs, cats and farm animals do not usually cause rabies and rats (including rats) and rabbits do not carry rabies.

It's also called Hansen's disease. Leprosy is an infectious disease primarily involving the skin and nerves. The number of cases has decreased worldwide. About 650,000 new cases are now diagnosed every year. Nearly three-quarters of leprosy cases occur. In India, Brazil, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Myanmar, about 150 new cases occur every year in the United States. Over 85% in the migration there are two types, paucibacillary and multibacillary.

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

The appendix is the distal part of the colon. The segus colon can become swollen and inflamed if there is an infection. and can be fatal Appendicitis occurs in people aged 10-30 years.

A pus abscess is an accumulation of pus from an infection that can occur anywhere in the body. This can be a complication of hysterectomy or childbirth, found in 1 in 3 women hospitalized for pelvic inflammatory disease. Occurs in women between the ages of 30-40 years.

It is a contagious disease caused by a virus. Onset of symptoms 7-14 days 4-10 days after being infected

This website uses cookies for best user experience, to find out more you can go to our นโยบายความเป็นส่วนตัว  and  นโยบายคุกกี้