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Rickettsia gram negative obligate intracellular Transmitted via arthropods HA, Fever, Doxycycline
Epidemic typhus Rickettsia prowazekii Flying squirrels Rash moves from trunk to extremities
Endemic typhus Rickettsia typhi Rats and fleas
RMSF Rickettsia rickettsii Rash starts at extremities Rash involves palms/soles
Scrub typhus Orientia tsutsugamushi Chiggers No rash
Q fever Coxiella burneti No vector (cattle placenta or tick feces)
Ehrlichiosis Deer and tick Fever, HA, but no rash
Anaplasmosis Anaplasma phagocytophila Ixodes tick Inclusion bodies in neuts
Cat scratch fever Bartonella henselae Self-limiting Tx = doxycycline
Bacillary angiomatosis B. henselae and quintana Confused with Kaposi's Tx = macrolides
Rabies (bug description) Family rhabdoviridae Enveloped, negative RNA virus
Rabies (clinical) fever, malaise, agitation, photophbia, hydrophbia, paralysis, coma, death
Rabies reservoirs/vectors skunk, raccoon, bat, foxes
Hantavirus syndromes Hantavirus fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome
Arenaviruses Enveloped negative sense RNA Similar to hantavirus
Filoviridae Ebola and Marburg ss negative RNA Fruit bats
Henipaviruses Hendra and Nipah viruses Systemic vasculitis
Colorado tick fever virus Reoviridae coltivirus Similar to WNV in presentation
Yellow fever Flaviviridae flavivirus Humans are hosts Jaundice, hemorrhagic symptoms, shock
Chikungunya virus Togaviridae alphavirus Humans can be hosts Arthritis, myositis, synovitis
West Nile virus Flaviviridae flavivirus
Dengue Flaviviridae flavivirus
What arboviruses have humans as hosts? Dengue, Yellow fever, Chikungunya, alphaviruses
Created by: dhiggins7