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tick typhus

[′tik ‚ti·fəs]
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In Indian tick typhus, maculopapular rash is present which may be purpuric as was seen in outpatients.
conorii Indian tick typhus strain showed 100%, 100%, 99.4%, 100%, 100%, and 99.9% pairwise nt sequence identity to R.
Numerous SFG rickettsioses occur throughout the world, the most important being Mediterranean spotted fever (with its variants Indian tick typhus, Astrakhan fever, and Israeli spotted fever) caused by R.
Queensland tick typhus (QTT) is endemic to Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (1-6).
Short report: Thai tick typhus, Rickettsia honei, and a unique Rickettsia detected in Ixodes granulates (Ixodidae: Acari) from Thailand.
honei and Thai tick typhus Rickettsia (97.8%), and R.
We report 3 cases of spotted fever group rickettsial infection (presumed Queensland tick typhus) in residents of northern Queensland, Australia, who had unusually severe clinical manifestations.
In addition to previously described cases of Flinders Island spotted fever (Rickettsia honei strain "marmionii"), we describe 1 case of Queensland tick typhus (R.
Australia has 4 rickettsial diseases: murine typhus, Queensland tick typhus, Flinders Island spotted fever, and scrub typhus.