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Possible Causes For Bilirubinemia - Causes: Infectious Disorders (Specific Agent)


List of current finding(s):

Infectious Disorders (Specific Agent): next: Infected Organs Causes
Newborn TORCH syndrome
Hepatitis B
Hepatitis Delta Viral
Hepatitis, viral
Neonatal hepatitis
Pneumonia, pneumococcal
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis C virus (non-A, non-B)
Hepatitis, chronic active/HBV
Hepatitis, chronic C type
Hepatitis, persistant, chronic
Typhoid fever
Blackwater fever
Gas gangrene
Leptospirosis/severe (Weils) type
Listeria hepatitis, newborn
Toxic shock syndrome
Tuberculosis, disseminated
Ebola virus disease
Fascioliasis/liver fluke
Hemolysis with viral infection
Hepatitis E virus
Hepatitis G (GBV-C) virus
Hepatitis, bacterial
Hepatitis, complicating (non-hep virus)
Leptospiral disease
Listeria monocytogenes/listeriosis
Plasmodia vivax/malariae/ovale
Plasmodium falciparum malaria
Rocky mountain spotted fever
Rubella hepatitis, newborn
Schistosomiasis (Mansoni)
Yellow fever
Chronic malaria
Cirrhosis, syphilitic (Hepar lobatum)
Cytomegalic virus, congenital
Hepatitis B vasculitis syndrome
Hepatitis, amebic
Hepatitis, cholestatic, viral type
Hepatitis, mononucleosis
Hepatitis, toxoplasmosis
Hepatitis/chronic aggressive
Parasites/bile duct
Perihepatitis, gonococcal (FitzHugh Curtis)
Q fever
Schistosomiasis, chronic hepatic
Scrub typhus
African hemorrhagic (Marburg) virus disease
Cholangiolytic hepatitis, viral
Biliary Ascariasis
Leptospirosis Ictohemorrhagica