cat-scratch disease


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Related to cat-scratch disease: brucellosis, toxoplasmosis, Bartonella henselae
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cat-scratch disease

n. enfermedad causada por rasguño de gato.
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Search terms were "Bartonella," "bone," "osteomyelitis," "osteolytic," and "cat-scratch disease."
Disease Number of patients (%) Tuberculosis 60 (45.4%) Lymphoma 7 (5.3%) Metastatic secondary 3 (2.2%) Acute lymphadenitis 7 (5.3%) Nonspecific granuloma 18 (13.6%) Reactive lymphadenitis 29 (22%) Other causes 8 (6%) (i) Sinus histiocytosis 4 (3%) (ii) Cat-scratch disease 2 (1.5%) (iii) Parasitic cause 2 (1.5%) Total 132 (100%)
Cat-scratch disease, that is, bartonellosis, is a self-limiting condition in immunocompetent individuals.
patients were diagnosed with cat-scratch disease, with 538 requiring inpatient treatment.
The presence of stellate micro-abscesses is a more specific finding, with a differential diagnosis of cat-scratch disease, LGV, and less likely tularaemia and atypical mycobacterial infection.
In human infection, the clinical manifestations of Bartonella henselae dictate the appropriate therapeutic management; for instance, typical cat-scratch disease is often self-limited and poorly responsive to antimicrobial treatment [1], whereas hepatosplenic disease has been shown to be successfully treated with trimethoprimsulfamethoxazole, rifampin, ciprofloxacin, and gentamicin.
Angiolymphoid hyperplasia -- with eosinophilia (ALHE) Cat-scratch disease Nodes often show central necrosis.
Cat-scratch disease: historic, clinical, and pathologic perspectives.
It is essential to establish a differential diagnosis with lymphoma, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), infectious mononucleosis, cat-scratch disease, and toxoplasmosis with lymphonodal impairment.
of Arizona College of Medicine) and practitioner Friedman, along with a host of contributors, address a broad spectrum of viruses, bacteria, fungi, rickettsiae, spirochetes, microbacteria and parasites as well as cat-scratch disease and HIV.
Lymph node biopsy specimens and diagnosis of cat-scratch disease (Emerg.