The following Conditions are related to Fever
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- Brazilian trypanosomiasis
The acute phase of Chagas disease, which lasts for weeks or months, is often symptom-free. When signs and symptoms do occur, they are usually mild and may include: Swelling at the infection site Fever Fatigue Rash Body aches Eyelid swelling Headache Loss of appetite Nausea, diarrhea or vomiting Swollen glands Enlargement of your l Read More
Endocarditis is a serious inflammation of one of the four heart valves. Read More
- Fiedler disease
Fiedler disease is a rare genetic disorder that causes the immune system to attack healthy skin cells. The disease is most common in people of European descent, but it can be found in people of all races and ethnicities.The risk factors for Fiedler disease are not well understood, but researchers believe that there may be some things that make you more likely to develop the disease. These include:Age: Children y Read More
- Loeffler fibroplastic parietal endocardi...
Loeffler fibroplastic parietal endocarditis is a rare form of endocarditis, a condition where bacteria grow on the inner linings of your heart. The disease can cause serious complications, so it's important to know what treatments are available. Treatment for Loefler fibroplastic parietal endocarditis includes antibiotics and surgery. There are several different types of antibiotics you can use to treat this condition, but they all share one com Read More
- Neonatal lupus erythematosus
Neonatal lupus erythematosus (NLE) is a rare but serious condition that can affect newborns. It's important to know what the risk factors are so that you can take steps to protect your baby and prevent NLE.The most common risk factor for NLE is being born to a mother who has had lupus, or having one or more family members who have lupus. However, not all babies born to mothers with lupus develop NLE—i Read More
There's no cure for pericarditis, but it can be treated.The most effective treatment is to reduce the inflammation of the pericardium so that it can heal. This can be done through medication and/or physical therapy.There are several medications that can be used to treat pericarditis. Some of these include:Prednisone: Prednisone is a steroid that reduces inflammation and pain in your Read More
- Vacterl association
The causes of Vacterl association disease (VAD) are unknown, but it's been linked to certain viruses like West Nile and Zika. When infection with a virus happens during pregnancy, it can cause VAD in the fetus or newborn. VAD can also be caused by exposure to other substances like toxic chemicals, radiation, and certain medicines during pregnancy.There are many risk factors for viral association. Read More