Index
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A
Abdominal abscess
from Bacteroides infection, 53
from Prevotella infection, 53
Abdominal actinomycosis, 1
Abdominal cramps
from Bacillus cereus, 49
from Clostridium difficile, 111
from cryptosporidiosis, 129
from cyclosporiasis, 136
from human calicivirus infections, 404
from microsporidia infections, 386
from Salmonella infections, 516
from Shigella infections, 535
Abdominal discomfort
from Balantidium coli infection, 56
from Clostridium difficile, 111
from trichinellosis, 647
from Yersinia pseudotuberculosis infection, 723
Abdominal distention
from Escherichia coli, 169
from Giardia intestinalis infections, 186
Abdominal pain
from anthrax, 18
from babesiosis, 45
from Blastocystis hominis infections, 62
from brucellosis, 70
from Campylobacter infections, 76
from cystoisosporiasis, 306
from dengue, 145
from enterovirus infections, 160
from Escherichia coli diarrhea, 174
from Giardia intestinalis infections, 186
from hemorrhagic fever, 221
from hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome, 218
from hepatitis E, 244
from hookworm infections, 264
from influenza, 294
from isosporiasis, 306
from malaria, 361
from nontuberculous mycobacteria, 686
from Q fever, 485
from Rocky Mountain spotted fever, 502
from schistosomiasis, 529
from smallpox, 539
from Strongyloides, 591
from tapeworm infections, 616
from Trichomonas vaginalis infections, 651
from trichuriasis, 655
from tuberculosis, 664
Abortion
lymphocytic choriomeningitis and, 359
mumps and, 392
syphilis and, 595
Abscesses
abdominal
from actinomycosis, 1
from Bacteroides infection, 53
from Prevotella infection, 53
actinomycotic, 2i
from Bacteroides infection, 53
from blastomycosis, 64
brain
from Arcanobacterium haemolyticum infections,
33
from Bacteroides infection, 53
from Escherichia coli, 169
from Lemierre disease, 183
from melioidosis from Burkholderia pseudomallei,
73
from Prevotella infection, 53
hepatic, from Pasteurella infections, 435
intra-abdominal, from non–group A or B strepto-
coccal and enterococcal infections, 586
liver, 11i
from amebiasis, 7
from Yersinia enterocolitica, 723
lung
from Bacteroides infection, 53
from Burkholderia infections, 73
from nocardiosis, 401
from Prevotella infection, 53
orbital, 561i
from paracoccidioidomycosis, 411
paravertebral, 685i
peritonsillar
from Arcanobacterium haemolyticum infections,
33
from Bacteroides infection, 53
from group A streptococcal infections, 568
from Prevotella infection, 53
from Prevotella infection, 53
prostatic, from melioidosis from Burkholderia
pseudomallei, 73
pulmonary, from Pasteurella infections, 435
from rat-bite fever, 492
retropharyngeal, from group A streptococcal
infections, 568
scalp
from staphylococcal infections, 549
from tinea capitis, 622
spleen, from Yersinia enterocolitica, 723
Acalculous cholecystitis from Q fever, 485
Acanthamoeba keratitis, 13, 14, 17i
Acanthamoeba species, 13, 15i
Acid-fast bacillus (AFB), 664
smear for nontuberculous mycobacteria, 687
Acid-fast staining for cyclosporiasis, 136i
Acidosis from rotavirus infections, 508
Acid-Schiff stain for microsporidia infections, 386
Acinetobacter, 169
Acquired syphilis, 594
follow-up and management of, 602
primary stage, 594
secondary stage, 594
tertiary stage, 594
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