*  George Whipple - Wikipedia
S. T. Darling to study parasitic infection, especially blackwater fever, both as a cause of anemia and lesions found in the ... resulting in the disease being named Whipple's disease. In Panama, he worked under General William Gorgas and Dr. ... He named this abnormality lipodystrophia intestinalis (intestinal lipodystrophy), and correctly pointed to the bacterial cause ... This experience afforded him the opportunity to study massive hemolysis associated with blackwater fever. Before returning to ...
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*  Diseases - Runnels County TXGenWeb
Blackwater fever - Dark urine associated with high temperature. Bladder in throat - Diphtheria. Blood poisoning - Bacterial ... jail fever, hospital fever, ship fever, putrid fever, brain fever, bilious fever, spotted fever, petechial fever, camp fever. ... Bronze John - Yellow fever. Brucellosis - bacterial disease, especially of cattle, causing undulant fever in humans. Bule - ... Lues disease - Syphilis. Lues venera - Venereal disease; sexually transmitted disease (STD). Lumbago - Back pain. Lung fever - ...
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*  Joseph Arthur Arkwright - Wikipedia
He made observations on convalescent carriers in bacillary dysentery and also blackwater fever. In 1918 he was appointed a ... His most important work was bacterial variation. He noted variants as R and S (rough and smooth) in bacilli of the dysentery ... On return to the Lister, he investigated animal diseases including foot-and-mouth. From 1925 onwards he was a member of the ... In 1922 he went with Bacot to Cairo to investigate the cause of typhus fever. After two months' work they both contracted the ...
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*  Robert Y. Choi, MD, MPH | Everett,WA
MPH is a specialist in Infectious Diseases who has an office at 1330 Rockefeller AvenueSuite 520 in Everett, WA and can be ... bacterial meningitis. More.... *bacteroides fragilis. *bartonellosis. *blackwater fever. *botulism. *boutonneuse fever. * ... I credit this provider with the care to pull me out of a rare, very serious disease (bacteria). ...
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*  Warren L. Dinges, MD, PhD | Swedish Medical Center Seattle and Issaquah
PhD is a specialist in Infectious Diseases who has an office at 509 Olive Way in Seattle, WA and can be reached at 206-682-3444 ... bacterial meningitis. *bacteroides fragilis. *bartonellosis. *blackwater fever. *botulism. *boutonneuse fever. *brucellosis. * ...
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*  Medical Page: Other Terms for Diagnosis
Rickets, Disease of skeletal system Rose cold, Hay fever or nasal symptoms of an allergy Rotanny fever,(Child's disease) ??? ... Black vomit, Vomiting old black blood due to ulcers or yellow fever Blackwater fever, Dark urine associated with high ... Blood poisoning, Bacterial infection; septicemia Bloody flux, Bloody stools Bloody sweat, Sweating sickness Bone shave, ... Diary fever, A fever that lasts one day Diptheria ,Contagious disease of the throat Distemper, Usually animal disease with ...
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*  Albert D. Pacifico, MD | Everett,WA
bacterial meningitis. More.... *bacteroides fragilis. *bartonellosis. *blackwater fever. *botulism. *boutonneuse fever. * ... American Board of Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease. *American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine ...
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*  Old names of diseases
Black vomit - Vomiting old black blood due to ulcers or yellow fever Blackwater fever - Dark urine associated with high ... Blood poisoning - Bacterial infection; septicemia Bloody flux - Bloody stools Bloody sweat - Sweating sickness Bone shave - ... Rickets - Disease of skeletal system Rose cold - Hay fever or nasal symptoms of an allergy Rotanny fever - (Child's disease) ... Diary fever - A fever that lasts one day Diptheria - Contagious disease of the throat Distemper - Usually animal disease with ...
  http://www.genrecords.net/alclay/misc/diseases.html
*  hemoglobin facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about hemoglobin
... black-water fever'.. A few animals - some of the worms mentioned earlier - do have free oxygen-carrying pigments in the blood, ... There are many diseases caused by abnormal haemoglobins. In all of them it is the globin part of the molecule which is abnormal ... When it reaches the intestines it is acted on by bacterial flora, and forms the brown pigment stercobilinogen. Most of the ... Another common disease is thalassaemia, where there is a defect in the synthesis of the b-globin chains. Less common conditions ...
  https://www.encyclopedia.com/medicine/anatomy-and-physiology/anatomy-and-physiology/hemoglobin
*  Quinine (thing) by Junkill - Everything2.com
Prolonged quinine use may also increase the chances of contracting the potentially fatal disease known as blackwater fever. ... In addition to treatment for malaria, quinine is sometimes used for the reduction of fever, anti-bacterial agent, an analgesic ... Swamp Fever.' It struck quickly, wracking the patient with high fevers and dreadful, prolonged weakness. Anyone who chanced to ... Juan de Vega had heard tales of an amazing 'fever tree' growing high in the mountains. Obtaining some of the bark of this ...
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*  Dandy fever | definition of dandy fever by Medical dictionary
... dandy fever explanation free. What is dandy fever? Meaning of dandy fever medical term. What does dandy fever mean? ... Looking for online definition of dandy fever in the Medical Dictionary? ... It is often caused by systemic bacterial infection. blackwater fever. Bloody urine (hemoglobinuria) that occurs as a ... Synonym: Query fever. Query fever. Q fever.. rabbit fever. Tularemia.. rat-bite fever. Either of two infectious diseases ...
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*  Other Manifestations - Malaria Site
Altered behaviour and psychosis in malaria can be due to severe disease, high grade fever or drugs. Although more often ... either due to the infection itself as in cases of Blackwater fever reported from endemic areas or due to oxidant stress ... but also can increase the susceptibility to other bacterial infections, particularly in severe disease, pregnancy and children ... Many patients present with a not-so-typical fever and some with no fever at all. Patients of malaria may also present with many ...
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*  Fever of unknown origin (FUO) | definition of fever of unknown origin (FUO) by Medical dictionary
What is fever of unknown origin (FUO)? Meaning of fever of unknown origin (FUO) medical term. What does fever of unknown origin ... Looking for online definition of fever of unknown origin (FUO) in the Medical Dictionary? fever of unknown origin (FUO) ... 2. any disease characterized by elevation of body temperature.. blackwater fever a dangerous complication of falciparum malaria ... Fevers are primarily caused by viral or bacterial infections, such as pneumonia or influenza. However, other conditions can ...
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*  H. Pylori, Plausibility, and Greek Tragedy: the Quirky Case of Dr. John Lykoudis - Science-Based Medicine
Legionnaire's disease, and Toxic Shock Syndrome were shown to have bacterial origins, and AIDS was shown to be caused by a ... nobody would have used citrus fruits for scurvy nor people would have believed mosquitoes are linked with black water fever. ... During that same time, moreover, not only peptic ulcer disease but also Lyme disease, ... When I first learned about sarcoidosis and Crohn's disease in medical school in the 1970s, I would have bet dollars-to-donuts ...
  https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/h-pylori-plausibility-and-greek-tragedy-the-case-of-dr-john-lykoudis/
*  The Etiology, Treatment and Effective Prevention of Iron Deficiency and Iron Deficiency Anemia in Women and Young Children...
Connolly RM (1898) African Haemoglobinuric fever, commonly called Blackwater Fever. Br Med J 2: 882-885. ... Miller JL (2013) Iron deficiency anemia: a common and curable disease. Cold Harbour Spring Perspectives in Medicine. accessed ... Chandra RK (1973) Reduced bacterial capacity of polymorphs in iron deficiency. Arch Dis Children 48: 864-866. ... In: Comparative Quantification of Health Risks: Global and Regional Burden of Disease Attributable to Selected Major Risk ...
  https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/the-etiology-treatment-and-effective-prevention-of-iron-deficiency-and-iron-deficiency-anemia-in-women-2167-0420.1000213.php?aid=36496
*  At fever pitch | definition of at fever pitch by Medical dictionary
... at fever pitch explanation free. What is at fever pitch? Meaning of at fever pitch medical term. What does at fever pitch mean? ... Looking for online definition of at fever pitch in the Medical Dictionary? ... 2. any disease characterized by elevation of body temperature.. blackwater fever a dangerous complication of falciparum malaria ... Fevers are primarily caused by viral or bacterial infections, such as pneumonia or influenza. However, other conditions can ...
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*  WWII Military Health in the Pacific - AAPC Knowledge Center
... foreign disease, and wounds that linger in the aftermath. By Freda Brinson, CPC, CPC-H, CEMC Dec. 7, 2013 mark ... 084.8 Blackwater fever. 084.9 Other pernicious complications of malaria. Malaria is one of those odd diseases. It comes and ... Cholera, which causes severe diarrhea and dehydration, is a bacterial disease usually spread through contaminated water (there ... Coding for Dengue Fever. ICD-9-CM chapter 1: Infectious and Parasitic Diseases. Section: Arthropod-borne Viral Diseases (060- ...
  https://www.aapc.com/blog/26557-wwii-military-health-in-the-pacific/
*  Dr. Peter Olupot - Initiative to Develop African Research Leaders, IDeAL
His leading research is in mainly in the areas of malaria and Blackwater Fever with a focus on epidemiology, pathophysiology ... Professor of Paediatric Tropical Infectious Diseases at the Faculty of Medicine and Director of the ICCARE Centre at the Global ... bacterial sepsis and severe malnutrition in children and clinical trials in emergency care. Her team conducted the largest ... Professor of Paediatric Tropical Infectious Diseases, Imperial College London, UK. ...
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*  Hero and Villain - Old West Melodrama | Scripts, National Melodrama Directory and so much more | The New Home for Old West...
Wiel's Disease; Black Water fever (deadly form of malaria). BLACK PLAGUE OR DEATH. Bubonic plague. BLACK POX. Black Smallpox. ... Bacterial infection; septicemia. BLOODY FLUX. Bloody stools. BLOODY SWEAT. Sweating sickness. BONE SHAVE. Sciatica. BRAIN FEVER ... DIARY FEVER. A fever that lasts one day. DIPTHERIA. Contagious disease of the throat. DISTEMPER. Usually animal disease with ... Dengue fever. BRIGHT'S DISEASE. Chronic inflammatory disease of kidneys. BRONZE JOHN. Yellow fever. BRUCELLOSIS. Humans become ...
  http://heroandvillain.com/oldwestmaladies.html
*  Biology-Online • View topic - The Fiber Disease
oh wait a minute, are you talking about Blackwater Fever? hmm... If so, that would be the Plasmodium.....i.e., Malaria ... multiple genes may be acquired in the form of bacterial operons and gene clusters. No gene appears immune to HGT. Genes ... Diseases caused by Apicomplexa include: Babesiosis (Babesia) Cryptosporidiosis (Cryptosporidium) Malaria (Plasmodium) ...
  http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about1958.html?p=42239&hilit=Toxoplasmosis
*  Plasmodium species (Malaria) - The Clinical Advisor
This condition, otherwise known as Blackwater fever, is uncommon but is well described in patients with malaria and glucose-6- ... How does this organism cause disease?. What key virulence factors allow the pathogen to colonize, spread from person to person ... Larval control involves the use of various chemical agents, larvivorous fish, and bacterial toxins with activity against larvae ... Do other diseases mimic its manifestations? * What laboratory studies should you order and what should you expect to find? * ...
  http://www.clinicaladvisor.com/infectious-diseases/plasmodium-species-malaria/article/609979/
*  CAR: Pic Palu is coming | Médecins Sans Frontières Australia
... staining the urine black and earning malaria the nickname Blackwater Fever. There's an uncomfortable paradox in mothers ... Malaria is a disease that affects a third of the people on Earth. It kills half a million people per year, 92% of deaths are in ... I prescribed medicines for the pain, the spasms, the bacterial infection, intravenous fluids, two doses of anti-tetanus ... Of all the obscure and exotic diseases here, I have come to hate and fear tetanus most of all. A big part of this fear is that ...
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*  10 Horrifying Tales Of Flesh-Eating Diseases - Listverse
Not only do these diseases cause fevers, nausea, and excruci ... a rare flesh-eating bacterial infection. It began looking like ... He is the coauthor of Codex Exotica and Song-Catcher: The Adventures of Blackwater Jukebox. ... These are followed by nausea, fatigue, high fever, and eventual renal failure. The origins of the disease are unknown. There is ... Not only do these diseases cause fevers, nausea, and excruciating pain; they disfigure their victims, sometimes beyond ...
  http://listverse.com/2016/10/27/10-horrifying-tales-of-flesh-eating-diseases/?utm_source=more&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=direct
*  Distemper | Definition of Distemper by Webster's Online Dictionary
... aphthous fever, atrophy, bacterial disease, bighead, birth defect, black quarter, blackleg, blackwater, blight, blind staggers ... muscular disease, neurological disease, nutritional disease, occupational disease, opaque color, organic disease, paint, ... foot-and-mouth disease, functional disease, fungus disease, gapes, gastrointestinal disease, genetic disease, glanders, ground ... urogenital disease, vehicle, virus disease, wash, wash coat, wasting disease, worm disease. Translate Distemper to German, ...
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*  Hemolysis fever | Article about hemolysis fever by The Free Dictionary
Find out information about hemolysis fever. destruction of red blood cells in the bloodstream. Although new red blood cells, or ... erythrocytes, are continuously created and old ones destroyed, an... Explanation of hemolysis fever ... Rh disease, or erythroblastosis fetaliserythroblastosis fetalis. , hemolytic disease of a newborn infant caused by blood group ... It may result from hemolytic poisons (such as certain bacterial toxins, lead, arsenic, nitrobenzene, and morel toxin), from the ...
  https://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/hemolysis+fever