Cat Bite Fever

An infection by Pasteurella multocida, an oral saprobe of felines, which forms an abscess at the inoculation site, and may cause focal arthralgia; other complications are rare
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Bartonella henselae, cat scratch or cat bite fever and a co-infection of Lyme, frequently manifests with severe lymphadenopathy, day sweats, anxiety, pain on the soles of the feet, a rash that looks like stretch marks, severe cognitive dysfunction, neurologic symptoms of numbness or sharp, stabbing or burning pain, or abdominal pain for which there is no identifiable cause.