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ID 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.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typhus
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]

Parent Relationships

is_a primary bacterial infectious disease

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