Generalized infection

Generalized infection

An infection that has entered the bloodstream and has general systemic symptoms such as fever, chills, and low blood pressure.
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The statement did not specify cause of death, but the Pro-Cardiac Hospital said in a WhatsApp message that Carvalho had succumbed to a "generalized infection (sepsis)."
If the dog has a generalized infection, with sites throughout the body, or a deep infection involving the nail beds, your veterinarian may opt for an oral medication to treat the entire body.
She also (https://www.noticiasaominuto.com/mundo/901167/enfrentou-as-chamas-para-salvar-os-tres-filhos-nem-pensei-no-risco) contracted pneumonia and septicemia (generalized infection) during her recovery, which resulted in multiple organ failures and she ended up in a coma for 10 days. 
Toxoplasmosis is caused by Toxoplasma gondii, an obligate intracellular protozoan parasite that causes generalized infection in humans and animals.
Further investigations are required to show whether the poxvirus caused the generalized infection in addition to dermatitis.
Peritoneum inflammation called peritonitis, presents most commonly due to localized or generalized infection caused from various probable factors.
In December, the French team concluded in a leaked report that Arafat died after a "generalized infection." This, however, countered a previous report by Swiss forensic scientists saying in November that the tests on the Palestinian leader's corpse showed "unexpected high activity" of polonium-210, which "moderately" supported the poisoning theory.
The disease may be generalized infection which may be fatal to an asymptomatic infection which is diagnosed by serologic tests.
2005), raises several questions: What are the environmental factors inducing such an intense and generalized infection? What is the geographic extension of the infection and its putative impact on recruitment and long term health of impacted populations?
Gingivostomatitis--A systemic viral disease, accompanied by signs of an acute, generalized infection with distinct clinical lesions involving the mouth and sometimes the oropharynx.
It is important to see your physician because this local infection might spread into a generalized infection throughout your body.

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