glandular tularemia

glan·du·lar tu·la·re·mi·a

tularemia with predominant lymph node infection as the main manifestation.
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After undergoing blood tests, he was diagnosed with a rare disease called glandular tularemia. It is caused by the Francisella tularensis bacterium and can lead to fatal pneumonia in more than half of cases.
It is, however, believed the cat must have been suffering from glandular tularemia.
A less common presentation after percutaneous inoculation is glandular tularemia, in which patients develop regional lymphadenopathy without ulcer.
Signs of glandular tularemia are similar to ulceroglandular tularemia with the exception of a skin ulcer.
This case report details the clinical manifestation and course of glandular tularemia, an uncommon but significant cause of cervical lymphadenopathy in children.
Ulceroglandular and glandular tularemia, characterized by fever and tender regional lymphadenopathy, are the most common forms and typically follow inoculation of the skin.
Water-borne outbreak of oropharyngeal and glandular tularemia in Georgia: investigation and follow-up.
Analysis of 121 clinical charts revealed that children were more likely than adults to be diagnosed with glandular tularemia, whereas adults were more likely to be diagnosed with pneumonic tularemia.
According to Collison and Adams, which of the following treatments is the best option for glandular tularemia? a.
The sensitivity of PCR ranged from 33.9% to 91.0% for patients with culture- and/or serology-verified oropharyngeal and glandular tularemia, depending on the duration of illness, and PCR was more sensitive than culture of lymph node aspirates (63.3% vs.
Two primary disease manifestations, ulceroglandular and glandular tularemia, are associated with vector-borne transmission of the bacterium (1).