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Coccidioidomycosis, CDC
Coccidioidomycosis
Colitis Antibiotic-associated, Merck Manual
Antibiotic-associated colitis: Acute inflammation of the colon caused by Clostridium difficile and associated with antibiotic use/ Etiology and Pathology, Symptoms and Signs, Diagnosis, Prophylaxis, Treatment
Colonization Infection, SpringNet
Colonization vs. Infection/ Three common colonizers, MRSA/ORSA, C. difficile, VRE
Communicable Disease, CDPC
Communicable Disease Prevention & Control (CDPC)
Communicable Disease, New York State Department of Health
Communicable Disease Fact Sheets
Congenital Rubella Syndrome, Immunization Action Coalition
Congenital Rubella Syndrome [picture]
Congo Fever, University of Cape Town
Congo Fever, some fascinating facts/ Summary: Following the occurrence of an outbreak of Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever (CCHF) among workers at an ostrich abattoir in South Africa in 1996, nine susceptible young ostriches were infected subcutaneously with the virus in order to study the nature of the infection which they undergo. The ostriches developed viraemia which was demonstrable on days 1-4 following infection, with a maximum intensity of 4.0 log10 mouse intracerebral LD50/ml being recorded on day 2 in one of the birds. Virus was detectable in visceral organs such as spleen, liver and kidney up to day 5 post-inoculation, one day after, it could no longer be found in blood. No infective virus was detected in samples of muscle, but viral nucleic acid was detected by reverse transcription- polymerase chain reaction in muscle from a bird sacrificed on day 3 following infection.
Coxsackie Virus, New Straits Times
Understanding the Coxsackie virus/ 13 June, New Straits Times (Focus), pg. 11
Crabs, IowaClinic
Pubic Lice
Crabs, New York City Department of Health
Crabs (Pubic Lice) / About crabs. What Are Crabs Or Pubic Lice?, Who Gets Crab Lice?, How Is The Crab Lice Spread?, What Are The Symptoms Of Crabs?, How Soon After Infection Do Symptoms Appear?, How Are Crab Lice Diagnosed?, What Is The Treatment For Pubic Lice?, How Can Pubic Lice Be Prevented?
Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever, EDRA
CRIMEAN-CONGO HF (CCHF)/ Diagnosis, Clinical features, Treatment, Public Health Measures
Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever, NIV
Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever in South Africa/ History Epidemiology, Diagnosis, Outbreak Oct-Nov 1996
Cryptococcal Meningitis, AEGiS
Cryptococcal Meningitis / Classification, Description, Danger Zone, Prevention, Treatment
Cryptococcosis Disseminated, Department of Pathology/University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Final Diagnosis: Disseminated Cryptococcosis (Severe Headache and Fever)/ Basic background information, Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, Virulence Factors, Diagnosis, Clinical outcome
Cryptococcosis, CDC
Cryptococcosis
Cryptococcus Neoformans, Emerging Infectious Diseases
What Makes Cryptococcus neoformans a Pathogen/ Emerging Infectious Diseases, vol.4 no.1, January-March 1998, Abstract: Life-threatening infections caused by the encapsulated fungal pathogen Cryptococcus neoformans have been increasing steadily over the past 10 years because of the onset of AIDS and the expanded use of immunosuppressive drugs. Intricate host-organism interactions make the full understanding of pathogenicity and virulence of C. neoformans difficult. We discuss the current knowledge of the characteristics C. neoformans must possess to enter the host and establish progressive disease: basic growth requirements and virulence factors, such as the polysaccharide capsule; shed products of the organism; melanin production; mannitol secretion; superoxide dismutase; proteases; and phospholipases.
Cryptosporidiosis, AEGIS
Cryptosporidiosis/ Classification, Description, Danger Zone, Prevention, Treatment
Cryptosporidiosis, AEGiS
Cryptosporidiosis / Classification, Description, Danger Zone, Prevention, Treatment
CSF, eMedicine
Comparison of CSF Findings by Type of Organism
Culture-Negative Endocarditis, IowaClinic
Definition
 
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