Infectious Diseases of the United States

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GIDEON Informatics Inc, 21 mai 2018 - 1253 pages
Infectious Diseases of the United States is one in a series of GIDEON ebooks which explore all individual infectious diseases, drugs, vaccines, outbreaks, surveys and pathogens in every country of the world. Data are based on the GIDEON web application (www.gideononline.com) which relies on standard text books, peer-review journals, Health Ministry reports and ProMED, supplemented by an ongoing search of the medical literature.
Chapters are arranged alphabetically, by disease name. Each chapter is divided into three sections:
1. Descriptive epidemiology
2. Status of the disease in the United States
3. References
A chapter outlining the routine vaccination schedule of the United States follows the diseases chapters.
There are 357 generic infectious diseases in the world today. 252 of these are endemic, or potentially endemic, to the United States. A number of other diseases are not relevant to the United States and have not been included in this book.
The United States disease notes include separate sections on American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Marianas, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
In addition to endemic diseases, all published data regarding imported diseases and infection among expatriates from the United States are included.
 

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Table des matières

Mansonelliasis M ozzardi
1420
Mansonelliasis M streptocerca
1422
Marburg virus disease
1424
Mayaro
1426
Measles
1428
Melioidosis
1496
Meningitis aseptic viral
1509
Meningitis bacterial
1522

Anaplasmosis
38
Angiostrongyliasis
47
Angiostrongyliasis abdominal
52
Animal biteassociated infection
53
Anisakiasis
54
Anthrax
56
Ascariasis
68
Aspergillosis
71
Babesiosis
74
Bacillary angiomatosis
81
Bacillus cereus food poisoning
82
Bacterial vaginosis
85
Balantidiasis
88
Bartonellosis cat borne
89
Bartonellosis other systemic
94
Bartonellosis South American
100
Baylisascariasis
101
Bertiella and Inermicapsifer
105
Blastocystis hominis infection
106
Blastomycosis
108
Borna virus encephalitis
113
Botulism
114
Brain abscess
131
Brainerd diarrhea
132
Brazilian hemorrhagic fever
134
Brazilian purpuric fever
135
Brucellosis
136
Bunyaviridae infections misc
147
California encephalitis group
150
Campylobacteriosis
160
Candidiasis
179
Capillariasis extraintestinal
184
Cercarial dermatitis
186
Chancroid
189
Chandipura and Vesicular stomatitis viruses
193
Chikungunya
198
Chlamydia infections misc
209
Chlamydophila pneumoniae infection
237
Cholecystitis and cholangitis
240
Cholera
241
Chromomycosis
252
Chronic meningococcemia
254
Clonorchiasis
256
Clostridial food poisoning
258
Clostridial myonecrosis
265
Clostridium difficile colitis
267
Coccidioidomycosis
283
Coenurosis
300
Colorado tick fever
301
Common cold
303
Conjunctivitis inclusion
304
Conjunctivitis viral
305
CrimeanCongo hemorrhagic fever
312
Cryptococcosis
314
Cryptosporidiosis
320
Cutaneous larva migrans
341
Cyclosporiasis
344
Cysticercosis
355
Cytomegalovirus infection
361
Dengue
373
Dermatophytosis
401
Dicrocoeliasis
405
Dientamoeba fragilis infection
406
Dioctophyma renale infection
409
Diphtheria
411
Diphyllobothriasis
422
Dipylidiasis
425
Dirofilariasis
428
Dracunculiasis
436
Eastern equine encephalitis
438
Ebola
468
Echinococcosis multilocular
474
Echinococcosis unilocular
479
Echinostomiasis
482
Ehrlichiosis human monocytic
484
Endocarditis infectious
500
Entamoeba polecki infection
502
Enteritis necroticans
504
Enterobiasis
506
Enterovirus infection
509
Entomophthoramycosis
530
Epidural abscess
532
Erysipelas or cellulitis
533
Erysipeloid
535
Erythrasma
537
Escherichia coli diarrhea
538
Fascioliasis
604
Filariasis Bancroftian
610
Filariasis Brugia malayi
616
Flinders Island spotted fever
619
Fungal infection invasive
621
Gastroenteritis viral
631
GianottiCrosti syndrome
676
Giardiasis
677
Glanders
702
Gnathostomiasis
705
Gongylonemiasis
708
Gonococcal infection
712
Granuloma inguinale
745
Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome
749
Hantaviruses Old World
767
Heartland virus infection
776
Hepatitis A
780
Hepatitis B
828
Hepatitis C
873
Hepatitis D
934
Hepatitis E
938
Herpes B infection
947
Herpes simplex encephalitis
951
Herpes simplex infection
954
Herpes zoster
978
Histoplasmosis
989
Histoplasmosis African
1006
HIV infection initial illness
1008
HIVAIDS
1011
Hookworm
1096
HTLV Infections
1104
Human herpesvirus 6 infection
1118
Human pegivirus infection
1122
Hymenolepis diminuta infection
1125
Hymenolepis nana infection
1127
Infection of wound puncture IV line etc
1130
Infectious mononucleosis or EBV infection
1132
Influenza
1137
Intestinal spirochetosis
1169
Intraabdominal abscess
1171
Intracranial venous thrombosis
1175
Isosporiasis
1176
Japanese encephalitis
1178
Japanese spotted fever
1184
Kawasaki disease
1186
Kikuchis disease and Kimura disease
1193
Kingella infection
1196
Laryngotracheobronchitis
1198
Lassa fever
1200
Legionellosis
1203
Leishmaniasis cutaneous
1230
Leishmaniasis visceral
1238
Leprosy
1244
Leptospirosis
1257
Listeriosis
1290
Liver abscess bacterial
1326
Lobomycosis
1327
Loiasis
1331
Lyme disease
1334
Lymphocytic choriomeningitis
1375
Lymphogranuloma venereum
1383
Malaria
1389
Malignant otitis externa
1416
Mammomonogamiasis
1418
MERS Coronavirus infection
1562
Metorchiasis
1564
Microsporidiosis
1566
Molluscum contagiosum
1570
Monkeypox
1572
Mumps
1578
Myalgic encephalomyelitis
1606
Mycetoma
1609
Mycobacteriosis M marinum
1611
Mycobacteriosis M scrofulaceum
1615
Mycobacteriosis M ulcerans
1617
Mycobacteriosis miscellaneous nontuberculous
1620
Mycoplasma miscellaneous infection
1639
Mycoplasma pneumoniae infection
1648
Myiasis
1656
Nanophyetiasis
1660
Necrotizing skinsoft tissue infx
1662
Neutropenic typhlitis
1668
Nocardiosis
1670
North Asian tick typhus
1672
Onchocerciasis
1674
Onchocerciasis zoonotic
1676
Opisthorchiasis
1682
Orbital and eye infection
1684
Orf
1702
Ornithosis
1707
Osteomyelitis
1716
Otitis media
1719
Paracoccidioidomycosis
1728
Paragonimiasis
1731
Parainfluenza virus infection
1737
Parvovirus B19 infection
1746
Pediculosis
1751
Penicilliosis
1753
Pentastomiasis Armillifer
1757
Pentastomiasis Linguatula
1759
Pericarditis bacterial
1761
Perinephric abscess
1762
Perirectal abscess
1763
Peritonitis bacterial
1764
Pertussis
1766
Pharyngeal and cervical space infx
1801
Pharyngitis bacterial
1803
Philophthalmosis
1809
Phleboviruses New World
1811
Phleboviruses Old World
1813
Pityriasis rosea
1817
Plague
1818
Plesiomonas infection
1840
Pleurodynia
1845
Pneumocystis pneumonia
1847
Pneumonia bacterial
1853
Poliomyelitis and acute flaccid paralysis
1857
Powassan
1887
Protothecosis and chlorellosis
1903
Pseudocowpox
1907
Pyodermas impetigo abscess etc
1909
Pyomyositis
1912
Pythiosis
1916
Qfever
1921
Rabies
1941
Rat bite fever spirillary
2008
Rat bite fever streptobacillary
2009
Relapsing fever
2016
Respiratory syncytial virus infection
2035
Respiratory viruses miscellaneous
2058
Reyes syndrome
2079
Rheumatic fever
2084
Rhinoscleroma and ozena
2093
Rhinosporidiosis
2096
Rhodococcus equi infection
2099
Rickettsia felis infection
2101
Rickettsialpox
2108
Rift Valley fever
2112
Ross River disease
2115
Rotavirus infection
2118
Rubella
2136
Salmonellosis
2166
Sarcocystosis
2275
SARS
2279
Scabies
2283
Scarlet fever
2288
Schistosomiasis haematobium
2291
Schistosomiasis intercalatum
2295
Schistosomiasis japonicum
2298
Schistosomiasis mansoni
2300
Schistosomiasis mekongi
2308
Septic arthritis
2310
Septicemia bacterial
2313
Severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome
2321
Shigellosis
2324
Sinusitis
2355
Small intestinal trematodes
2357
Smallpox
2360
Sparganosis
2372
Spondweni
2376
Sporotrichosis
2379
Spotted fevers New World
2384
Spotted fevers Old World
2416
St Louis encephalitis
2422
Staphylococcal food poisoning
2443
Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome
2453
Streptococcus suis infection
2455
Strongyloidiasis
2460
Subdural empyema
2472
Suppurative parotitis
2473
Syphilis
2474
Taeniasis
2512
Tanapox virus disease
2517
Tetanus
2520
Thelaziasis
2539
Thogoto group
2542
Tickborne encephalitis
2545
Tickborne encephalitis Russian springsummer
2548
Toxic shock syndrome
2550
Toxocariasis
2559
Toxoplasmosis
2567
Trachoma
2596
Trichinosis
2601
Trichomoniasis
2629
Trichostrongyliasis
2647
Trichuriasis
2649
Tropical pulmonary eosinophilia
2658
Tropical sprue
2661
Trypanosomiasis African
2664
Trypanosomiasis American
2673
Tuberculosis
2703
Tularemia
2791
Tungiasis
2820
Typhoid and enteric fever
2823
Typhus endemic
2858
Typhus epidemic
2880
Typhus scrub
2887
Urinary tract infection
2892
Vaccinia and cowpox
2893
Varicella
2903
Venezuelan equine encephalitis
2938
Venezuelan hemorrhagic fever
2945
Vibrio parahaemolyticus infection
2947
Viliuisk encephalomyelitis
2964
West Nile fever
2966
Western equine encephalitis
3046
Whipples disease
3055
Whitewater Arroyo virus infection
3058
Yellow fever
3063
Yersiniosis
3090
Zika
3104
Zygomycosis
3150
About GIDEON
3159
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Stephen A. Berger, M.D. is affiliated with the Tel Aviv Medical Center, where he has served as Director of both Geographic Medicine and of Clinical Microbiology. He also holds an appointment as Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Tel-Aviv School of Medicine. Dr. Berger co-founded Gideon Informatics, developers of the GIDEON (Global Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology Network) web app and the GIDEON series of ebooks.

He received his B.A. from Brooklyn College in New, and M.D. from New York Medical College. Following Internal Medicine residency training at the New York Medical College Hospitals, he served as a Medical Officer in the U.S. Navy 6th Fleet and St. Albans Hospital. He subsequently completed fellowships in Infectious Diseases at the Montefiore / Einstein complex in New York, Tufts-New England Medical Center in Boston, and the New York V-A Hospital; Clinical Microbiology at Montefiore Hospital; and Operational Methods as a W.H.O. trainee in Brussels, Belgium. He is Board-Certified in both Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology; a Fellow of the American College of Physicians; and a recipient of the Certificate of Knowledge in Clinical Tropical Medicine from the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

Dr. Berger has published a series of 424 e-books (120,000 pages) on Geographic Medicine, in addition to 180 standard books and professional papers. He is regarded as one of the foremost experts in his field, and continues to write and lecture widely in the fields of Infectious Diseases, Clinical Microbiology, Geographic Medicine and Computer Expert Technology.

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