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DOID DOID:11256
Name typhus
Definition A primary bacterial infectious disease that refers to a group of diseases, located in endothelial cells of the small venous, arterial, and capillary vessels, has material basis in Rickettsia bacteria, which are transmitted by lice, transmitted by fleas, and transmitted by mites.
http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/231374-overview#a0104
Xrefs

GARD:7833

ICD10CM:A75

ICD10CM:A75.0

ICD10CM:A75.2

ICD10CM:A75.9

ICD9CM:080

ICD9CM:081.0

ICD9CM:081.9

ICD9CM_2006:080

ICD9CM_2006:081.0

MESH:D014437

MESH:D014438

MTHICD9_2006:080

MTHICD9_2006:081.0

NCI:C84688

NCI:C84689

SNOMEDCT_US_2018_03_01:25668000

SNOMEDCT_US_2018_03_01:39111003

SNOMEDCT_US_2018_03_01:83838002

UMLS_CUI:C0041471

UMLS_CUI:C0041472

UMLS_CUI:C0041473

Alternateids

DOID:11255

DOID:12353

Subsets

gram-negative_bacterial_infectious_disease

NCIthesaurus

zoonotic_infectious_disease

Synonyms

Classical typhus [RELATED]

endemic flea-borne typhus [EXACT]

Endemic Typhus fever [EXACT]

Epidemic (louse-borne) typhus [RELATED]

epidemic louse-borne typhus [EXACT]

Epidemic louse-borne typhus fever due to Rickettsia prowazekii [RELATED]

European typhus [RELATED]

Exanthematic Typhus fever [EXACT]

Exanthematous typhus [RELATED]

Famine fever [RELATED]

Flea typhus [EXACT]

Flea-borne rickettsiosis [RELATED]

Flea-borne typhus [RELATED]

Hospital fever [RELATED]

Jail fever [RELATED]

Louse-borne [epidemic] typhus [EXACT]

Louse-borne rickettsiosis [RELATED]

Louse-borne typhus [RELATED]

Mexican typhus [RELATED]

Moscow typhus [EXACT]

Murine [endemic] typhus [EXACT]

Murine typhus [RELATED]

Petechial fever [RELATED]

Prison fever [RELATED]

Rat flea typhus [RELATED]

Ship fever [RELATED]

Shop typhus [RELATED]

Typhus exanthematique [RELATED]

Typhus fever [EXACT]

Urban typhus [RELATED]

Relationships

is_a primary bacterial infectious disease

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