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Drug Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
CDC Drug Service / About drug service. General Information, Release Information, Immunobiologics & Drugs, References
Dwarf Tapeworm Infection, IowaClinic
Hymenolepiasis / About dwarf tapeworm infection. Alternative Names, Definition, Causes, Incidence And Risk Factors. Dwarf tapeworm infection; Rat tapeworm; Tapeworm - infection
Dysentery Epidemic, WHO/OMS
EPIDEMIC DYSENTERY/ Fact Sheet No.108 (Revised October 1996), Prevalence, Transmission, Antimicrobial Resistance, Treatment, Epidemic Control and Preventive Measures
Dysentry, WHO/OMS
Diarrhoeal Diseases/ Dysentry, Epidemic Dysentery, Children: Reducing Mortality
Ebola Haemorrhagic Fever, WHO
Ebola Haemorrhagic Fever/ Transmission, Therapy, Containment, Contacts, History and Prevalence, Natural Reservoir
Ebola Marburg Rabies Virus, Access Excellence
Electron Micrographs of Viruses/ Ebola Virus, Marburg Virus, Rabies Virus
Ebola Virus, BMJ
Ebola Virus: Poor countries may lack the resources to prevent or minimise transmission
Ebola Virus, CSR
Image of the Ebola Virus
Ebola Virus, Ebola Frequently Asked Questions
Ebola Frequently Asked Questions
Ebola Virus, Ebola Frequently Asked Questions
Ebola Virus Information Headquarters
Ebola Viruses, Journal of Infectious Diseases
Ebola Viruses/ Journal of Infectious Diseases, Volume 179 Supplement, 1 February, 1999
Ectoparasites, Ectoparasites and Endoparasites
Ectoparasites and Endoparasites/ Medical Ectoparasites and Endoparasites, Veterinary Ectoparasites and Endoparasites, Definition of Ectoparasite and Endoparasite, Parasitic Zoonoses
Ehrlichioses, EID
Emergence of the Ehrlichioses as Human Health Problems/ EID Volume 2, Number 1, January-March 1996, Abstract: Ehrlichiae are small, gram-negative, obligately intracellular bacteria that reside within a phagosome. The first human ehrlichial infection was recognized in the United States in 1987. It was later shown to be caused by a new species, Ehrlichia chaffeensis. In 1994, an ehrlichial pathogen within neutrophils that is closely related to the known veterinary pathogens E. equi and E. phagocytophila was found to infect humans. Molecular methods were required to detect, characterize, and identify these fastidious and uncultivated bacteria. Subsequently, E. chaffeensis infection was documented in more than 400 patients in 30 states, Europe, and Africa. Likewise, approximately 170 cases of human granulocytic ehrlichiosis have been diagnosed, most since 1994, predominantly in the upper midwestern and northeastern states, but also in northern California. The disease caused by ehrlichiae is generally undifferentiated but is often associated with leukopenia, thrombocytopenia, and elevated serum hepatic transaminase levels in tick-exposed patients. Infection ranges from subclinical to fatal; tetracycline appears to be an effective therapy. The emergence of these two newly recognized tickborne infections as threats to human health is probably due to increased clinical cognizance, but as in other emerging tickborne infections, it is likely that the rapid increase in identified cases signals a true emergence of disease associated with a changing vector-host ecology.
Ehrlichiosis, Tick Research Laboratory
Ehrlichiosis
Encephalitides Arboviral, DVBID
Arboviral Encephalitides
Encephalitis Eastern Equine, ASTDHPPHE
Eastern Equine Encephalitis/ Eastern equine encephalitis is a rare viral disease that is spread by infected mosquitoes. It is one of several mosquito-borne virus diseases that can affect the central nervous system and cause severe complications and death. Eastern equine encephalitis is found mainly along the eastern seaboard of the United States and on the eastern Gulf coast. There is no specific treatment for eastern equine encephalitis. Prevention centers on controlling mosquitoes and avoiding mosquito bites.
Encephalitis Japanese, ASTDHPPHE
Japanese Encephalitis/ Japanese encephalitis is a potentially severe viral disease that is spread by infected mosquitoes in the agricultural regions of Asia. It is one of several mosquito-borne virus diseases that can affect the central nervous system and cause severe complications and death. Japanese encephalitis can be a risk to travelers to rural areas where the disease is common. There is no specific treatment for Japanese encephalitis.
Encephalitis Japanese, Japanese Encephalitis-Vads Corner
Japanese Encephalitis
Encephalitis LaCrosse, ASTDHPPHE
LaCrosse Encephalitis/ LaCrosse encephalitis is a rare viral disease that is spread by infected mosquitoes. It usually affects children. LaCrosse encephalitis is one of several mosquito-borne virus diseases that can affect the central nervous system and cause severe complications. LaCrosse encephalitis is found mainly in the upper midwestern United States and in the Appalachian region. There is no specific treatment for LaCrosse encephalitis. Prevention centers on controlling mosquitoes and avoiding mosquito bites.
Encephalitis LaCrosse, Iowa State University Entomology Department
Aedes Triseriatus [Picture]
 
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