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    Leptospirosis and Weil's Disease Conditions

    Leptospirosis and Weil's Disease, The main treatment for leptospirosis is antibiotics and most people make a full recovery. What is leptospirosis? Leptospirosis is ...

    Leptospirosis (Weil's Disease) Professional

    Leptospirosis (Weil's Disease), Infection occurs as two syndromes: anicteric (which is self-limiting) and icteric leptospirosis (Weil's disease). Epidemiology ...

    Jarisch-Herxheimer Reaction Professional

    It has been documented in tick-borne diseases like Lyme disease, leptospirosis and relapsing fever, all of which are spirochaetal organisms. One study suggested that it was more common in Lym...

    Dengue Conditions

    Weil's disease (leptospirosis) . Influenza . Kawasaki disease . This list is not complete; there are many other infections which can cause a fever with flu-like symptoms.

    Jaundice Conditions

    Autoimmune Hepatitis . Leptospirosis and Weil's Disease . Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis . Gilbert's Syndrome .

    Rat-bite Fever Professional

    Rickettsial infections including Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Leptospirosis . Secondary syphilis . Viral infections including Epstein-Barr virus. Other causes of relapsing feve...

    Chikungunya Fever Professional

    Dengue fever. Leptospirosis. Malaria. Rheumatic fever. Other viral illnesses such as influenza .

    Moyamoya Disease Professional

    Associated diseases Associations have been made with leptospirosis , tuberculosis, certain anaemias and vascular disorders causing intimal thickening including hypertension and atheroscle...

    Notifiable Diseases Professional

    In Scotland, written notification should be undertaken electronically via the SCI Gateway. [ 3 ] Lists of notifiable diseases England [ 5 ] Northern Ireland [ 2 ] Scotlan...

    Toxic Shock Syndrome Professional

    Viral infection and exanthem. Leptospirosis . Typhus/ other rickettsial infections. Cardiogenic shock . Listeria monocytogenes infection .

    Zika Virus Professional

    Other diagnoses to consider include [ 2 ] : Measles Scarlet fever Leptospirosis Rubella HIV seroconversion Secondary syphilis Investigation [ 6 ] PH...

    Relapsing Fever Professional

    The following diagnoses should be considered, taking into account the travel history and the setting in which the illness was contracted: Dengue fever Haemorrhagic fevers Viral hepatiti...

    Viral Hepatitis (particularly D and E) Professional

    Investigations FBC U&Es LFTs (see also the separate article  Abnormal Liver Function Tests ) Clotting studies, including INR Hepatitis serology Imaging with ultrasound/CT...

    Diagnosing the Tropical Traveller Professional

    Jaundice Viral hepatitis, cholangitis, liver abscess, leptospirosis (only 10% of cases), typhoid fever, dengue fever, yellow fever and haemoglobinopathies should be considered.

    Yellow Fever and Yellow Fever Vaccination Professional

    It can be confused with severe malaria, viral hemorrhagic fevers, leptospirosis, viral hepatitis (especially the fulminating forms of hepatitis B and D) and other diseases, as well as poisoni...

    Jaundice Professional

    Other possible infective causes include leptospirosis, brucellosis, Coxiella burnetii  and glandular fever. [ 3 , 4 ] Alcoholic hepatitis.

    Acute Monoarthritis Professional

    May cause synovial infection or reactive arthritis Fungal infection Mycobacteria Lyme disease Brucellosis Leptospirosis Crystal arthropathy Gout (uric...

    Acute Polyarthritis Professional

    Differential diagnosis Viral infections [ 6 ] Parvovirus B19 Enteroviruses Adenoviruses Epstein-Barr virus Coxsackievirus Cytomegalovirus Hepatitis v...

    Typhus Professional

    Post-infection immunity lasts only a few years and infection with one strain of Orientia tsutsugamushi does not confer immunity against other strains. [ 9 ] Differential diagnosis Malaria...

    Lyme Disease Professional

    Infections which can mimic certain aspects of the typical multisystem illness seen in chronic Lyme disease include: Viral infections - for example: Parvovirus B19 West Nile virus inf...