Leptospirosis

Leptospirosis

– A zoonosis caused by spirochetes of the genus Leptospira, affecting many domestic and wild animals (especially rodents, mainly sewer rat). – Human contamination is indirect ...
Splénomégalie

Splenomegaly

ANATOMY: The spleen is located in the left hypochondrium in the diaphragmatic dome. The normal rate measuring 10 to 12 cm in height and it is not palpable. In adulthood, the spleen ...

Leptospira

Leptospirosis are zoonoses, transmissible to humans, caused by bacteria of the genus Leptospira. The disease was described by Weil as an infectious relapsing jaundice. The pathogen ...

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 – ...
Virus

Meningitis clear liquid

Predominance of PNN * Bacterial meningitis decapitated * Bacterial meningitis early * Listeriosis * Reaction to a meningeal infection site * Endocarditis Lymphocyte: Hypoglycorachie: * ...
Leptospirose

Leptospirosis

* Tank: rodents; livestock (cattle); dog. Disposal -> urine. * Transmission can be direct rat bite (rare); Leptospira enter the body through wounds and erosions of the skin or mucous ...
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