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Helminth infection is a...

Trichinella spiralis is transmitted by

Echinococcus adults are tiny

Echinococcus larvae can

Strongyloides infections are often passed between humans however

The intestinal symptoms of trichinosis include...

The other symptoms of trichinosis include

Trichinosis can

Worms from trichinosis cannot penetrate nervous tissue however....

The biggest and only risk of contracting Helminth infection is...

Treat Helminth infection symptoms with...

Treatment for killing Helminth adult worms in intestine is....

Q fever virion description is...

60% of Q fever infections are

Q fever comes from...

The most infectious disease in the world is...

Q fever incubation time is

Q fever symptoms and manifestations include

Q fever lasts

Q fever can progress into two diseases known as....

The reason why chronic Q fever is dangerous is because of....

Treat Q fever with....

Brucelllosis bacterium description is...

Main pathogeneisis of Brucellosis is...

Brucellosis incubation time is...

Brucellosis symptoms include...

Chronic Brucellosis symptoms include...

Reduce risk of Brucellosis by....

Flaviviruses are transmitted by...

Yellow fever, West Nile encephalitis, Dengus are all examples of...

Lassa fever comes from a

Machupo virus causes...

Junin virus causes...

Hantaan virus causes a hemorrhagic fever and is found in...

ZEBOV and SEBOV have fatality rates of....

Ebola incubation time is...

Ebola initial symptoms include...

Ebola secondary symptoms include...

Ebola cause of death is....

Ebola's onset of symptoms to death time is...

Ebola and Marburg virion description is...

Marburg was first discovered in...

Marburg symptoms include....

Marburg damaging symptoms include...

Marburg cause of death is....

Marburg incubation time is...

Rabies virion description is caused by....

If a dog is healthy after 10 days of biting a human then

First protective measure for rabies is....

Prophylaxis of rabies involves and second protective measure is...

Lassa fever is an example of...

Meningitis can be caused by birds due to...

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African bush rat (W.Africa)

1967 in African green monkeys

wash wound with soap and water/substance that inactivates virus

fungi known as cryptococcus

Flu like symptoms (fever, malaise, sever headache) and GI symptoms (nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea)

tapeworms in dogs

1-3 weeks

Bolivian haemorrhagic fever from Bush mouse (NE Bolivia)

Flaviviruses

mice and rats in the Far East, Scandinivia, East Europe

small Gram negative non-motile coccobacilli - rod shaped, intracellular replication

arthropods

increase the number of WBCs

asymptomatic and self-limiting

83% and 54%

Thiabendazole, but doesn't kill larvea

cause hydatid cysts in humans

infection caused by parasitic worms

Argentinean hemorrhagic fever by mice

shock due to blood loss/organ failure (kidney/liver)

jaundice, delirium, organ failure, extensive haemorrhage

arenavirus

2 to 21 days

Doxycycline (same with chronic form but for 4 years and with quinolones)

can develop in animal hosts like dogs

undercooked pork and causes trichinosis

hypovolemic shock

Aspirin and Corticosteriods.

usually 1 to 2 weeks

fever, headache, muscle pain then a rash and vomiting, chest + abdo pain and diarrhoea

patients may find it difficult to coordinate movements and respiratory paralysis

gradual onset of malaise, fever, aching and weakness

3-9 days

Atypical pneumona (then ARDS) and hepatitis (hepatomegaly)

Q fever because of contaminated particles in inhaled air

high fever, muscle pain, headache, severe weakness and exhaustion, sore throat etc

cattle, sheep, goats and other domesticated animals

Tiredness, aches, pains, axiety, depression, occassional fever

9-40 days

strictly intracellular, gram negative bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii

7-14 days

bacterium infects local and then regional lymph nodes, spreads to liver, spleen - inflammatory reaction and can survive for long periods

pasteurisation of milk

filoviruses, filamentous, enveloped, negative-strand RNA virus

endocarditis that occurs months or decades after infection

nausea, diarrhoea, vomiting, fatigue, fever and abdominal discomfort

rhabdovirus, single strand RNA virus

immunization with vaccine in combo with rabies immunoglobulin, a series over a month

headache, cough, chills, eye swelling and aches

eating undercooked meat, e.g. pork. Infected faeces won't cause it

rabies is unlikely

bleeding internally and externally from opening, dark/bloody stools, diarrhoea, red eyes, red bleeding spots, low blood pressure, fast but weak pulse, organ damage (necrosis and proteinuria