The following Conditions are related to Fever

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  • Appendicitis

    The appendix is a small, worm-like appendage attached to the colon. Appendicitis occurs when bacteria invade and infect the wall of the appendix. The most common complications of appendicitis are rupture, abscess, and peritonitis. The most common signs and symptoms of appendicitis are: abdominal pain, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, fever, and abdominal tenderne  Read More

  • Breakbone fever

    Dengue Fever is an acute viral infection characterized by fever. It is caused by a bite from mosquitoes carrying dengue virus. The primary form of Dengue Fever is characterized by a skin rash and a high fever with severe pain in the head and muscles. Other symptoms may include shaking chills, diarrhea, and vomiting. Bouts of extreme exhaustion may last for months after the initial symptoms.The secondary forms of this disorder are c  Read More

  • Cytomegalic inclusion disease

    Cytomegalovirus infection (CMV) is a viral infection that rarely causes obvious illness. The virus that causes CMV is part of the herpes virus family and, like other herpes viruses, may become dormant for a period of time and then be reactivated. CMV affects young children mainly, but it is estimated that by age 30 in the United States, half of all adults are, or have been, infected. The virus can pass from an infected, pregnant mother to her  Read More

  • European blastomycosis

    Blastomycosis is an infectious disease characterized by fever, chills, headaches, chest pain, weight loss, night sweats, cough, and/or difficulty breathing (dyspnea). Some affected individuals do not experience these symptoms although they are actively infected (asymptomatic). Muscle and joint pain may occur during the acute stage which typically lasts less than three weeks. The disease may resolve on its own or persist into the chronic form o  Read More

  • Flu

    You'll need nothing more than rest and plenty of fluids to treat flu. But if you have a severe infection or are at higher risk of complications, your doctor may prescribe an antiviral drug to treat the flu. The flu treatment you should take depends on your symptoms.Nasal or sinus congestion: These are common symptoms of flu, and to treat this condition, a decongestant can be helpful. Decongestants come in oral or n  Read More

  • Liver disease

    Liver disease is also called chronic liver disease. It is a progressive crippling of liver functions that include synthesis of clotting factors, detoxification of harmful metabolites and various drugs, and excretion of bile.Treatment/managementTreatment is aimed at the correction of underlying causes, portal hypertension management, and specific treatment based on individual disease.Ascites: So  Read More

  • Mountain fever

    Colorado Tick Fever is a rare viral disease transmitted by ticks that commonly inhabit the western United States. Major symptoms may include fever, headaches, muscle aches, and/or generalized discomfort (myalgia). The symptoms usually last for about a week and resolve on their own.  Read More

  • Pyogenic arthritis

    Infectious arthritis is an inflammation of one or more joints that occurs as a result of infection by bacteria, viruses or, less frequently, fungi or parasites. The symptoms of Infectious arthritis depend upon which agent has caused the infection but symptoms often include fever, chills, general weakness, and headaches, followed by inflammation and painful swelling of one or more joints of the body.Most often, the infection begins  Read More