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Epidemic typhus is thus found most frequently during times of war and deprivation.
Epidemic typhus is a strong candidate for the cause of this disease outbreak, supported by both medical and scholarly opinions.
A plague of epidemic typhus decimated the city's inhabitants.
Exposure to southern flying squirrels has been linked to cases of epidemic typhus in humans.
Epidemic typhus is a disease caused by the bacterium Rickettsia prowazekii.
His discoveries were relevant in the treatment of cholera, epidemic typhus, tuberculosis, and scarlet fever.
His writings are the primary source on this outbreak and modern academics and medical scientists consider epidemic typhus the most likely cause.
During World War II, he developed a vaccine against epidemic typhus.
The flying squirrel Glaucomys volans can transmit epidemic typhus.
(This is in contrast to epidemic typhus, which is usually transmitted by lice.)
There, he was wounded eight times, and after becoming sick with epidemic typhus, he was flown out to Lublin.
Epidemic typhus outbreak.
Charles Nicolle reasoned that it was most likely lice that were the vector for epidemic typhus.
Elisabeth de Rothschild reportedly died of epidemic typhus on March 23, 1945, at Ravensbrück.
Rocha Lima named the infectious agent of epidemic typhus- Rickettsia prowazekii after his colleague.
The serum of patients diagnosed with epidemic typhus was found to agglutinate in the presence of bacteria now known as Proteus vulgaris.
By the time Prins Christian Frederik reached Denmark, epidemic typhus had broken out among her crew.
As a result of the typhus vaccine developed in 1942 not a single United States soldier died of epidemic typhus fever."
However, in resource-limited settings, it still remains an important tool in the diagnosis and identification of public health concerns, such as outbreaks of epidemic typhus.
Lice were prevalent and served as vectors for Rickettsia prowazekii, the bacterium responsible for epidemic typhus.
Bacterial: BCG vaccine, typhoid vaccine and epidemic typhus vaccine.
"Epidemic typhus fever is the best explanation," said Dr. David Durack, consulting professor of medicine at Duke University.
In the meantime, epidemic typhus had begun to spread within the walls of Gaeta: Francis' field adjuntant was himself struck down and died on December 12.
Matulewicz discovered that by injecting a healthy person with a "vaccine" of killed bacteria, that person would test positive for Epidemic Typhus without experiencing the symptoms.
An increase in the incidence of malaria, epidemic typhus, dysentery, and typhoid fever led to its use against the mosquitoes, lice, and houseflies that carried these diseases.
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