cat scratch fever


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cat scratch fever

(1) An incorrect term for cat bite fever, see there. 
(2) Cat scratch disease, see there.
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cat scratch fever is "relatively rare", says the Telegraph - "with the survey finding that annual incidence was 4.5 outpatient diagnoses/100,000 population".
honei), as well as the closely related Q fever (Coxiella burnetii) and cat scratch fever (Bartonella henselae) (1,2).
An infectious disease workup at an outlying hospital for tuberculosis (TB), mumps, Bartonella (cat scratch fever), cytomegalovirus (CMV), and Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) had been negative.
Ms Bird said the wild cats carry diseases such as toxoplasmosis that infects pregnant women and can cause birth abnormalities including blindness, cat scratch fever that affects humans and ringworm.
But Environment Minister Martin Cullen said no funds were available for cat control.Ms Bird said the wild cats carry diseases like toxoplasmosis that infects pregnant women and can cause birth abnormalities including blindness, cat scratch fever and ringworm.
He suffered from meningitis and polio before contracting cat scratch fever at the age of three.
This year's event was typical in embracing the thoughtful country rock of singing gynaecologist Hank Wangford, the gutsy rockabilly of Cat Scratch Fever, traditionally based folk-rock of The Tabs and delicate folk-jazz fusion of Waz, which features among its number former Fairporter Martin Allcock.