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One species is said to be the cause of relapsing fever.
Relapsing fever has been proposed as a possible cause.
Complications and death due to relapsing fever are rare.
It may be a vector of relapsing fever.
Louse-borne relapsing fever is more severe than the tick-borne variety.
There currently is no vaccine against Relapsing fever, but research is on-going.
The disease is called "relapsing fever" because the symptoms can go away and come back several times until the person is cured.
It can be associated with relapsing fever.
This is what causes the "relapsing" characteristic of relapsing fever.
To minimize the risk of relapsing fever, follow tick precautions and practice good personal hygiene at all times.
Relapsing fever is an infection caused by some bacteria in the genus Borrelia.
Relapsing fever is easily treated with a one-to-two week course of antibiotics and most people improve within 24 hours commencement.
Relapsing fever borreliosis often occurs with severe bacteremia.
The cause of tick-borne relapsing fever across central Africa was named Spirillum duttoni.
Relapsing fever is caused by bacteria that are closely related to those that cause Lyme disease and syphilis.
It is only when Ann becomes deathly ill with tick-borne relapsing fever that her mother begins to brighten.
However, relapsing fever is marked by a prominent black scab at the site of the tick bite and a subsequent skin rash.
Pribram is remembered for his extensive research of arthritis, typhoid and typhinia (relapsing fever).
Tick-borne relapsing fever, transmitted by either ticks or lice, has been reported from the plateau regions in central Mexico.
Malaria was sharply reduced and trachoma, typhus, and relapsing fever were completely eliminated.
Spirochaetaceae is a family of spirochetes most notable for the genus that causes Lyme disease and relapsing fever.
Louse-borne relapsing fever occurs in epidemics amid poor living conditions, famine and war in the developing world.
Relapsing fever is a candidate etiology for a mysterious series of plagues in late-medieval and early-renaissance England.
The Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction is also the name given to a reaction often precipitated by treatment of relapsing fevers.
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