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The study noted that while children younger than 10 represent less than 6 percent of Rocky Mountain spotted fever cases, they represent 22 percent of deaths from the disease.
Rocky Mountain spotted fever in the United States, 1997-2002.
Therapeutic delay and mortality in cases of Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
scapularis were among the 1249 ticks submitted to Ball State as part of the Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Tick Testing and Lyme Disease Surveillance Program.
In California, there have been about 20 dogs from 12 counties diagnosed with canine Rocky Mountain spotted fever from 2006 to summer 2007.
Discrepancies in Weil-Felix and microimmunofluorescence test results for Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
Diagnostic tests for Rocky Mountain spotted fever and other rickettsial diseases.
Have travellers only got themselves to blame if they go braving the hazards of Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Rift Valley fever or West Nile Virus?
A color atlas shows the geographical distribution of patients with the signs of such conditions as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, encephalitis, and tularemia.
A wide-ranging tick previously considered to be little more than a nuisance to people is responsible for at least 11 eases of Rocky Mountain spotted fever in eastern Arizona, researchers report.
John Bethell, the emergency room physician on duty, made a "probable" diagnosis of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and hospitalized Robin.
Ticks are not just unappealing insects--they can transmit diseases, including Ehrlichiosis, Lyme disease and even Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

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