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ALPHABETIC INDEX OF DISEASES AND HUMAN CONDITIONS

Quirikettsia fever: Symptoms, Treatment

Fever Ku is an infectious disease of animals and humans caused by a microorganism belonging to the rickettsia group. It is characterized by many ways of distribution and a very diverse form of manifestation. In Europe, this disease was first recorded in 1941 in the Balkans, which is why it is sometimes called the Balkan flu. There are other names: a seven-day fever and a fever of slaughterhouses. In 1937, doctors described for the first time a flu-like disease, caused not by viruses, but by bacteria. This disease, characterized by high fever, was first recorded in Australia, in the state of Queensland. Since infection comes from cows, sheep and goats, the disease is particularly...