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1. Relapsing
Sudden occurrence of fever Rigors Neck stiffness and headache Nausea Vomiting Myalgia (muscle aches) Arthralgia (joint aches) Bleeding Seizures/fits Unsteady gait Face is drooping Coma Weakness (Learn more→)

2. Rheumatic
Rheumatic fever causes an inflammation in the organ systems of the body, particularly the heart and joints. Symptoms vary according to which areas are affected and typically appear weeks after the disappearance of throat syndromes. Common manifestations include fever, chest pain, joint pain, palpitations, jerky movements, rashes, and small bumps on the skin. (Learn more→)

3. Valley
Symptoms is evident after three weeks of exposure which are fever, cough, chest pain, chills, night sweats, headache, fatigue, shortness of breath, joint aches and red, spotty rash. (Learn more→)

4. Scarlet
At the onset, scarlet fever presents with fever, headaches, fatigue, sore throat, vomiting, nausea, abdominal pain, flushed face, paleness around the mouth, a rapid pulse rate (tachycardia), enlarged lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy), forchheimer, and a characteristic bright red tongue that has been described as "strawberry" in appearance. Within 12-48 hours from the onset of the fever, a characteristic rash appears. This rash is usually fine, reddish in color, and rough in texture. It first appears at the chest, armpits, and behind the ears, and tends to be more severe in skin folds. Even after the rash disappears, pastia lines remain. Three to four days after the onset, the rash begins to fade. The affected skin area then starts to peel. Scarlet fever can lead to chronic complications, including acute septic problems (e.g. ear/sinus infections, pneumonia, meningitis, etc.) and immune-related complications (e.g. rheumatic fever, erythema nodosum, acute glomerulonephritis, etc.). (Learn more→)

5. Spotted
Characteristic features of the disease include high fever, chills, muscle and joint pain, severe headache, abdominal pain, vomiting, lack of appetite, and sensitivity to light. Later symptoms will include the appearance of a characteristic rash during the fourth day of illness, first presented as macular, then maculopapular, which can sometimes be petechial. (Learn more→)

6. Rocky
Rocky Mountain spotted fever commonly presents with nausea, fever, muscle pain, appetite loss, emesis and severe headache at the onset. These initial symptoms are then followed by the development of rashes (both maculopapular and petechial) along with abdominal and joint pain. (Learn more→)

7. Dengue
Symptoms typically start after four to seven days from the bite of a mosquito carrying the dengue virus. Symptoms may differ, depending on type of disease. The more severe signs usually start in the same manner as mild dengue type, and then worsen after a few days. Symptoms include up to 105 F high-fever, severe backache, severe, headaches, rash on almost all parts of the body, pain at the back of the eyes, severe muscle and joint pain, vomiting, and nausea. (Learn more→)

8. Q
The symptoms of Q fever include sudden onset of high fever, headache, myalgia, sore throat, chills, general malaise, nausea, coughing, and vomiting. Abdominal pain and diarrhea are also present. The fever may go on and off for 1 to 2 weeks. Other patients meanwhile succumb to pneumonia or hepatitis, depending on where the bacteria settled. (Learn more→)

9. Pontiac
Pontiac fever usually presents with the following flu-like symptoms (Learn more→)

10. Fever
Signs and symptoms of fever depend on what's causing it. Some symptoms include slight dehydration, sweating, shivering, headache, loss of appetite, and muscle pain. Hallucinations, convulsions, confusion and irritability may present if fever is higher enough between 103 - 106OF. Fever can also induce seizures which also called febrile seizures which is a very alarming and often triggered by a fever from a common childhood illness. (Learn more→)

11. Marburg
Many manifestations of Marburg fever are similar to other infectious disease like typhoid fever and malaria. Early symptoms of this kind of hemorrhagic fever include (Learn more→)

12. Deerfly
Most individuals who are afflicted with deerfly fever often become sick after ten days of incubation period. Symptoms include fever, chills, skin ulcer formation at the site of the infection, headache, exhaustion and chills. (Learn more→)

13. Paratyphoid
Paratyphoid fever is often associated with high fever, constipation or diarrhea, headache, vomiting, and loss of appetite. The patient will also typically develop enlarged spleen. Some patients also manifest rose spots on the chest especially during the first week of acquiring the disease. These spots will then develop into minute hemorrhages. (Learn more→)

14. Lassa
Incubation period of Lassa fever is from 6 to 21 days, after which an acute disease develops affecting multiple organs of the human body. Non-specific symptoms of Lassa fever include the following (Learn more→)

15. Sandfly
Symptoms of Sandfly Fever includes fever, headache, chills, shivering, muscle pains and spasms, join pains, flushing, blood shot eyes and flu-like symptoms. (Learn more→)

16. Ebola
People who are infected with Ebola hemorrhagic fever usually develop sudden fever, muscle pain, weakness, sore throat, and , headache, that can be followed by some episode of vomiting, rash, diarrhea as well as limited liver and kidney functions along with some external and internal bleeding. (Learn more→)

17. Familial
Although the cause of Familial Mediterranean fever remains unknown, this condition usually happens among those with Mediterranean ancestry. However, people of other ethnicities are not guaranteed to be safe from getting the disease. (Learn more→)

18. Hay
Signs and symptoms of hay fever typically develop immediately after exposure to specific allergy-causing substances (allergens) and can include (Learn more→)

19. Brucellosis
Brucellosis leads to inconstant fevers, sweating, weakness, anemia, headaches, depression and muscular and bodily pain. The symptoms are similar to those associated with many other febrile diseases, but with emphasis on muscular pain and sweating. The duration of the disease can differ from a few weeks to many months or even years. In the initial stage of the disease, septicaemia occurs and leads to the classic triad of undulant fevers, sweating (often with characteristic smell, likened to wet hay) and migratory arthralgia and myalgia. This complex is, at least in Portugal, referred to as the Malta fever. During episodes of Malta fever, melitococcemia (presence of brucellae in blood) can typically be demonstrated by means of blood culture in tryptose medium or Albini medium. If left untreated, the disease can give origin to focalizations or become chronic. The focalizations of brucellosis happen usually in bones and joints and spondylodisciitis of lumbar spine accompanied by sacroiliitis is very characteristic of this disease. (Learn more→)

20. Puerperal
The main symptoms of puerperal fever include fever, abdominal pain, flu-like symptoms, profuse vaginal bleeding, and foul-smelling vaginal discharge. (Learn more→)

21. Breakbone
Patients with breakbone fever usually suffer from high fever, lethargy, coughing with blood, and internal bleeding. The disease can be fatal when not treated. (Learn more→)

22. Dandy
The symptoms for dandy fever include high fever, blood clots, flu-like symptoms and weakness. This condition, when not treated, can be fatal. (Learn more→)

23. Rat-Bite
Chills Fever Headache Muscle aches Arthritis Rash Open sore in bitten site (Learn more→)

24. Philippine
Patients with dengue fever suffer from high fever, extreme weakness, coughing, and internal bleeding. When not immediately treated, the disease can be fatal. (Learn more→)

25. Dengue
Early symptoms of dengue hemorrhagic fever include high fever, irritability, sweaty and restlessness. In advanced conditions, patients seem to enter the shock0like state, which is soon followed by bleeding evidenced by the pinpoints of blood under the skin and usually occur after minor injuries. This condition can soon lead to death if left untreated. Other symptoms include muscle aches, headaches, joint aches, malaise, decrease in appetite and vomiting. (Learn more→)

26. Enteric
The usual symptoms during the first stage are high fever, headache, abdominal pain, sore throat, weakness and anxiety, rash and constipation or diarrhea. During the second stage, continuing fever, diarrhea that has a pea-soup consistency or serious constipation, weight loss, extremely swollen abdomen. By the later stage patient is delirious, lies motionless and exhausted. (Learn more→)

27. Typhoid
Typhoid fever is characterized by a sustained fever as high as 40░C (104░F), profuse sweating, gastroenteritis, and non-bloody diarrhea. Less commonly a rash of flat, rose-colored spots may appear. Other symptoms include fatigue, weakness, delirium, chills, bloody stools, and abdominal tenderness. (Learn more→)

28. Colorado
Individuals that are infected with this virus usually develop stage 2 fever and usually has an incubation of 4 days after the tick bite. Initial symptoms include light sensitivity, generalized malaise, pain behind the eyes, muscle and abdominal pain, and nausea. (Learn more→)

29. Herpangina
This illness starts abruptly, typically with a fever. The fever is often high, and children usually lose their sparkle (and appetite) a few hours before the fever begins. The mouth sores typically begin at the same time as the fever or shortly afterward. Children have an average of about five blisters in the mouth. These blisters are surrounded by red rings and can appear in the back of the throat, on the roof of the mouth, on the tonsils, on the uvula, inside the cheeks, or on the tongue. The blisters may start as small red bumps and may develop to become ulcers after the blister stage. (Learn more→)

30. Hemmorhagic
Symptoms of VHF's include bleeding disorders, fever, and in extreme cases, high fever, shock, and even death. Other symptoms include chest and face flushes, edema, malaise, hypotension, headache, myalgias, diarrhea, and vomiting. (Learn more→)

31. Relapsing
Sudden occurrence of fever Rigors Neck stiffness and headache Nausea Vomiting Myalgia (muscle aches) Arthralgia (joint aches) Bleeding Seizures/fits Unsteady gait Face is drooping Coma Weakness (Learn more→)

32. Rheumatic
Rheumatic fever causes an inflammation in the organ systems of the body, particularly the heart and joints. Symptoms vary according to which areas are affected and typically appear weeks after the disappearance of throat syndromes. Common manifestations include fever, chest pain, joint pain, palpitations, jerky movements, rashes, and small bumps on the skin. (Learn more→)

33. Valley
Symptoms is evident after three weeks of exposure which are fever, cough, chest pain, chills, night sweats, headache, fatigue, shortness of breath, joint aches and red, spotty rash. (Learn more→)

34. Scarlet
At the onset, scarlet fever presents with fever, headaches, fatigue, sore throat, vomiting, nausea, abdominal pain, flushed face, paleness around the mouth, a rapid pulse rate (tachycardia), enlarged lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy), forchheimer, and a characteristic bright red tongue that has been described as "strawberry" in appearance. Within 12-48 hours from the onset of the fever, a characteristic rash appears. This rash is usually fine, reddish in color, and rough in texture. It first appears at the chest, armpits, and behind the ears, and tends to be more severe in skin folds. Even after the rash disappears, pastia lines remain. Three to four days after the onset, the rash begins to fade. The affected skin area then starts to peel. Scarlet fever can lead to chronic complications, including acute septic problems (e.g. ear/sinus infections, pneumonia, meningitis, etc.) and immune-related complications (e.g. rheumatic fever, erythema nodosum, acute glomerulonephritis, etc.). (Learn more→)

35. Spotted
Characteristic features of the disease include high fever, chills, muscle and joint pain, severe headache, abdominal pain, vomiting, lack of appetite, and sensitivity to light. Later symptoms will include the appearance of a characteristic rash during the fourth day of illness, first presented as macular, then maculopapular, which can sometimes be petechial. (Learn more→)

36. Rocky
Rocky Mountain spotted fever commonly presents with nausea, fever, muscle pain, appetite loss, emesis and severe headache at the onset. These initial symptoms are then followed by the development of rashes (both maculopapular and petechial) along with abdominal and joint pain. (Learn more→)

37. Dengue
Symptoms typically start after four to seven days from the bite of a mosquito carrying the dengue virus. Symptoms may differ, depending on type of disease. The more severe signs usually start in the same manner as mild dengue type, and then worsen after a few days. Symptoms include up to 105 F high-fever, severe backache, severe, headaches, rash on almost all parts of the body, pain at the back of the eyes, severe muscle and joint pain, vomiting, and nausea. (Learn more→)

38. Q
The symptoms of Q fever include sudden onset of high fever, headache, myalgia, sore throat, chills, general malaise, nausea, coughing, and vomiting. Abdominal pain and diarrhea are also present. The fever may go on and off for 1 to 2 weeks. Other patients meanwhile succumb to pneumonia or hepatitis, depending on where the bacteria settled. (Learn more→)

39. Pontiac
Pontiac fever usually presents with the following flu-like symptoms (Learn more→)

40. Fever
Signs and symptoms of fever depend on what's causing it. Some symptoms include slight dehydration, sweating, shivering, headache, loss of appetite, and muscle pain. Hallucinations, convulsions, confusion and irritability may present if fever is higher enough between 103 - 106OF. Fever can also induce seizures which also called febrile seizures which is a very alarming and often triggered by a fever from a common childhood illness. (Learn more→)

41. Marburg
Many manifestations of Marburg fever are similar to other infectious disease like typhoid fever and malaria. Early symptoms of this kind of hemorrhagic fever include (Learn more→)

42. Deerfly
Most individuals who are afflicted with deerfly fever often become sick after ten days of incubation period. Symptoms include fever, chills, skin ulcer formation at the site of the infection, headache, exhaustion and chills. (Learn more→)

43. Paratyphoid
Paratyphoid fever is often associated with high fever, constipation or diarrhea, headache, vomiting, and loss of appetite. The patient will also typically develop enlarged spleen. Some patients also manifest rose spots on the chest especially during the first week of acquiring the disease. These spots will then develop into minute hemorrhages. (Learn more→)

44. Lassa
Incubation period of Lassa fever is from 6 to 21 days, after which an acute disease develops affecting multiple organs of the human body. Non-specific symptoms of Lassa fever include the following (Learn more→)

45. Sandfly
Symptoms of Sandfly Fever includes fever, headache, chills, shivering, muscle pains and spasms, join pains, flushing, blood shot eyes and flu-like symptoms. (Learn more→)

46. Ebola
People who are infected with Ebola hemorrhagic fever usually develop sudden fever, muscle pain, weakness, sore throat, and , headache, that can be followed by some episode of vomiting, rash, diarrhea as well as limited liver and kidney functions along with some external and internal bleeding. (Learn more→)

47. Familial
Although the cause of Familial Mediterranean fever remains unknown, this condition usually happens among those with Mediterranean ancestry. However, people of other ethnicities are not guaranteed to be safe from getting the disease. (Learn more→)

48. Hay
Signs and symptoms of hay fever typically develop immediately after exposure to specific allergy-causing substances (allergens) and can include (Learn more→)

49. Brucellosis
Brucellosis leads to inconstant fevers, sweating, weakness, anemia, headaches, depression and muscular and bodily pain. The symptoms are similar to those associated with many other febrile diseases, but with emphasis on muscular pain and sweating. The duration of the disease can differ from a few weeks to many months or even years. In the initial stage of the disease, septicaemia occurs and leads to the classic triad of undulant fevers, sweating (often with characteristic smell, likened to wet hay) and migratory arthralgia and myalgia. This complex is, at least in Portugal, referred to as the Malta fever. During episodes of Malta fever, melitococcemia (presence of brucellae in blood) can typically be demonstrated by means of blood culture in tryptose medium or Albini medium. If left untreated, the disease can give origin to focalizations or become chronic. The focalizations of brucellosis happen usually in bones and joints and spondylodisciitis of lumbar spine accompanied by sacroiliitis is very characteristic of this disease. (Learn more→)

50. Puerperal
The main symptoms of puerperal fever include fever, abdominal pain, flu-like symptoms, profuse vaginal bleeding, and foul-smelling vaginal discharge. (Learn more→)

51. Breakbone
Patients with breakbone fever usually suffer from high fever, lethargy, coughing with blood, and internal bleeding. The disease can be fatal when not treated. (Learn more→)

52. Dandy
The symptoms for dandy fever include high fever, blood clots, flu-like symptoms and weakness. This condition, when not treated, can be fatal. (Learn more→)

53. Rat-Bite
Chills Fever Headache Muscle aches Arthritis Rash Open sore in bitten site (Learn more→)

54. Philippine
Patients with dengue fever suffer from high fever, extreme weakness, coughing, and internal bleeding. When not immediately treated, the disease can be fatal. (Learn more→)

55. Dengue
Early symptoms of dengue hemorrhagic fever include high fever, irritability, sweaty and restlessness. In advanced conditions, patients seem to enter the shock0like state, which is soon followed by bleeding evidenced by the pinpoints of blood under the skin and usually occur after minor injuries. This condition can soon lead to death if left untreated. Other symptoms include muscle aches, headaches, joint aches, malaise, decrease in appetite and vomiting. (Learn more→)

56. Enteric
The usual symptoms during the first stage are high fever, headache, abdominal pain, sore throat, weakness and anxiety, rash and constipation or diarrhea. During the second stage, continuing fever, diarrhea that has a pea-soup consistency or serious constipation, weight loss, extremely swollen abdomen. By the later stage patient is delirious, lies motionless and exhausted. (Learn more→)

57. Typhoid
Typhoid fever is characterized by a sustained fever as high as 40░C (104░F), profuse sweating, gastroenteritis, and non-bloody diarrhea. Less commonly a rash of flat, rose-colored spots may appear. Other symptoms include fatigue, weakness, delirium, chills, bloody stools, and abdominal tenderness. (Learn more→)

58. Colorado
Individuals that are infected with this virus usually develop stage 2 fever and usually has an incubation of 4 days after the tick bite. Initial symptoms include light sensitivity, generalized malaise, pain behind the eyes, muscle and abdominal pain, and nausea. (Learn more→)

59. Herpangina
This illness starts abruptly, typically with a fever. The fever is often high, and children usually lose their sparkle (and appetite) a few hours before the fever begins. The mouth sores typically begin at the same time as the fever or shortly afterward. Children have an average of about five blisters in the mouth. These blisters are surrounded by red rings and can appear in the back of the throat, on the roof of the mouth, on the tonsils, on the uvula, inside the cheeks, or on the tongue. The blisters may start as small red bumps and may develop to become ulcers after the blister stage. (Learn more→)

60. Hemmorhagic
Symptoms of VHF's include bleeding disorders, fever, and in extreme cases, high fever, shock, and even death. Other symptoms include chest and face flushes, edema, malaise, hypotension, headache, myalgias, diarrhea, and vomiting. (Learn more→)