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tick fever

[′tik ‚fē·vər]
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Powassan encephalitis and Colorado tick fever. Infect Dis Clin North Am 2008;22:545-59.
Tick fever symptoms include loss of appetite, lethargy, nose bleeds, high fever and dark-coloured urine.
Dermacentor andersoni, the Rocky Mountain wood tick, is found in the western United States (west of the Rockies) and is the vector for tick paralysis, Powassan encephalitis virus, Colorado tick fever virus, tularemia, RMSF, and anaplasmosis.
Tick-borne diseases in the United States: Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Colorado tick fever Acta Tropica 34:103-125.
While on the march, keep inspecting your body parts for unwelcome boarders, and bear in mind that, even once you've triumphantly reached the apparent safety of Heathrow, you may still be harbouring tick fever.
The doctor called "tick fever" and it manifested into a blood clot in my left leg.
Results of serologic tests performed at a commercial diagnostic laboratory were negative for antibodies against Coxiella burnetii, Brucella spp., Francisella tularensis, Leptospira interrogans, Treponema pallidum, hantavirus (Sin Nombre virus), Colorado tick fever virus, cytomegalovirus, Epstein-Barr virus, and hepatitis A, B, and C viruses.
Question: I have heard that tick fever is a very common problem for dogs in Bahrain.
After MAIL TODAY broke the story about rider Rajesh Pattu's horse Gabbar being diagnosed with tick fever and another horse testing positive for dope while in quarantine in Bangalore, the Equestrian Federation of India (EFI) has time-and-again reiterated that things are under control, while also putting back the team's departure several times.
But they can also spread other bacterial and viral diseases, including babesiosis, anaplasmosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, relapsing fever, and Colorado tick fever, reports the June 2009 issue of Harvard Women's Health Watch.