Incubation in Infectious Diseases

 

1- 2-5j:

– Cholera

– Chancroid

– Herpes (2 to 7d)

– Diphtheria

– The best part of bacterial infections (scarlet fever …)

2- 10 days:

– Measles

– Leptospirosis (6 12j).

– Pertussis (7 to 10j)

– Tetanus (3 to 30d)

3- 14 days:

– Rubella

– Chickenpox

– Malaria (10 to 20 d)

– Typhoid fever (1-2-is Maines)

– Brucellosis (1-2 semai-nes)

4- 3 weeks:

– Mumps

– Syphilis

5- > 21 days:

– Rabies (20 to 60 days)

– HIV (2-6 weeks)

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