Bacterial infections articles

Angular cheilitis symptoms
Angular Cheilitis - Symptoms, Causes and Treatment Angular cheilitis, popularly referred to as mouthwash, is that common painful wound that occurs in the corner of the mouth. The mouthwash is a common acne, characterized by inflammation and fissure of the angle of the lips.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 26 May 2017
Bacterial infection
Antibiotics - Types, Strength and Directions The advent of antibiotics in the late 1920s revolutionized science and medicine was brought into the modern era.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 27 February 2012
Bacterial vaginosis
Bacterial Vaginosis - Causes, Symptoms And Treatment Bacterial vaginosis is a vaginal infection caused by the abnormal proliferation of natural bacteria in the vagina, being the main cause of vaginal discharge in women of childbearing age. Vaginosis is related to the growth of several bacteria, especially one, called Gardnerella vaginalis, which can cause discharge with an unpleasant, fish-like odor.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 25 January 2018
Botulism - Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment Botulism is an uncommon disease, potentially fatal, resulting from the action of a neurotoxin (toxin that attacks the neurons) produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. The botulinum neurotoxin is one of the most lethal poisons we know.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 20 April 2013
Male candidiasis
Candidiasis In Men - Causes, Symptoms And Treatment Candidiasis in the genitals is a very common infection in women but can also affect men, be they children or adults.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 29 August 2016
Candidiasis Vaginal
Candidiasis Vaginal - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment The vaginal candidiasis, also called vaginal thrush, is a gynecological infection caused by the fungus Candida albicans. This mycosis is so common that 3 out of 4 women will experience at least one episode of vaginal candidiasis lifelong.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 15 November 2014
Childhood roseola
Childhood Roseola - Sudden Rash The roseola child, also called sudden rash is a very common virus during childhood, manifested through skin rash (red spots on the skin) and fever. The sudden rash is a benign viral infection, which heals by itself without treatment and rarely causes complications.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 02 September 2015
Diseases Caused by Bacteria   (5 comments) Bacteria are microscopic organisms formed by a single cell. There are bacteria all over the planet, whether in water, soil or highly hostile habitats, such as radioactive waste in deep areas of the earth's crust or in the highly acidic pH of our stomach.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 27 June 2012
Ebola virus
Ebola Virus - Transmission, Symptoms and Treatment Haemorrhagic fever Ebola, better known as Ebola, is a severe viral disease discovered in the 1970s in central Africa. The Ebola mortality rate is as high as 90% depending on the virulence of the strain, the immune system of the patient and the health conditions of the sites affected by outbreaks.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 16 March 2016
Erythema infectiosum
Erythema Infectiosum - Parvovirus B19 The erythema infectiosum is a contagious infection of viral origin which is capable of causing fever and rashes by the body. This virus mainly affects children of school age, but can also reach the adult population.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 07 September 2015
Group B streptococci
Group B Streptococci - Examination of Swab The group B streptococci, also known as Streptococcus agalactiae, is an extremely common bacteria that normally colonize the vaginal regions, intestinal and rectal women. The Strep B does not usually cause illness in healthy people but can cause complications in pregnant women and be transmitted to the baby during delivery.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 12 January 2017
Helicobacter pylori
Helicobacter Pylori - Symptoms and Treatment Helicobacter pylori, better known as H. pylori, a bacterium that lives in our stomach and duodenum, being responsible for most common chronic bacterial infection in humans.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 18 September 2012
Human rabies
Human Rabies - Transmission and Vaccine Rabies is a zoonosis (disease transmitted from animals to humans) caused by a virus. It is one of the most serious diseases known, with a mortality rate of almost 100%. No other infectious disease has so high mortality rate.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 24 March 2013
Impetigo - Symptoms and Treatment Impetigo is a bacterial skin infection that mainly affects children between 2 and 5 years old, although it can also occur in adults.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 20 December 2013
Infectious mononucleosis
Infectious Mononucleosis - Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment Infectious mononucleosis, also known as kissing disease is an infectious disease caused by a virus of the herpes family called Epstein-Barr virus (EBV).
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 14 December 2012
Inflamed meninges
Meningitis - Signs and Symptoms Meningitis is a serious condition that occurs when the meninges (the membrane covering the brain spinal cord) and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) are inflamed. This inflammation occurs, in most cases, an infection, bacteria or viruses being the most common agents.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 20 August 2016
Oral candidiasis
Oral Candidiasis - Thrush Mouth Oral candidiasis, popularly called thrush, is an infection of the oropharynx caused by the fungus Candida albicans. Contrary to what many people think, candidiasis in the mouth is not a problem unique to patients with HIV. It can actually be one of the signs of AIDS, but often also arise frequently in children, the elderly and people with some alteration of the immune system.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 04 September 2016
Paronychia - Inflamed Nail The paronychia, called popularly felon or whitlow, is an inflammation of the skin around the nail, usually of bacterial origin, which comes after injuries in this region. Paronychia can be acute, lasting a few days, or chronic, lasting for several weeks.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 25 November 2016
Pertussis - Symptoms, Treatment and Vaccine In the last two decades the incidence of pertussis has increased worldwide, including Europe and the USA.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 11 November 2013
Spotted Fever
Spotted Fever - Tick-Borne Disease Spotted fever is a disease that arises when a person is bitten by a tick infected by the bacterium Rickettsia rickettsii.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 24 February 2015
Hand-foot-mouth symptoms
Syndrome Hand-Foot-Mouth - Coxsackie Virus Hand-foot-mouth syndrome (HFMS), also called hand-foot-mouth disease (HFMD), is a very contagious viral infection common in children, which is characterized by small wounds in the mouth and rashes on the hands and feet.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 27 June 2015
Vaginal candidiasis
Treatment for Candidiasis Vaginal Vaginal candidiasis, also called vulvovaginitis candidiasis is a fungal infection caused by the fungus candida species, usually the Candida albicans. Other forms of Candida, such as Candida glabrata, can also cause vulvovaginitis, but are much less common.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 09 September 2016
What is Sepsis or Septic Shock? Sepsis, also called sepsis or septicemia, is a syndrome that occurs in patients with severe infections, characterized by an intense inflammatory condition throughout the body. Sepsis is triggered by the bloodstream invasion by infectious agents like bacteria or viruses, therefore, is commonly called the lay public infection of the blood.
Bacterial infections   Article saved: 08 May 2014
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