exanthematous typhus

ex·an·them·a·tous ty·phus

typhus fever with the usual petechial skin lesions seen in that disease.
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(6.) Calero C, Silva-Goytia R, Studies on spotted fever, Q fever and exanthematous typhus in the Isthmus of Panama; incidence of specific antibodies for Rickettsia ricketsii, Coxiella burnetti and Rickettsia prowazekii, mooseri and prowazekii strains, in occupational groups of diverse geographical areas [in Spanish].