Disease Information for Rocky mountain spotted fever: Clinical Manifestations

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Signs & Symptoms
Edema Children
Paroxysmal Shivering
Rigors/Shaking chills
Teeth Chattering
Uncontrollable Shaking
Capillary Refill Time/CRT Abnormal
Low Blood Pressure
Red/erythema skin discoloration
Signs of Poor Perfusion
Tachycardia/Fast heart rate
Bruising/Ecchymosis
Centripetal rash/extremities first
Diascopy/vascular no blanching (skin)
Erythematous generalized rash
Excess Sweating Children
Facial erythema
Facial flushing/Beet red
Febrile rash spares face
Fever and Rash
Flushing
Hemorrhagic rash
Hemorrhagic/Confluent ecchymotic rash
Inoculation site/Vector source/Skin break/bite
Janeway Lesions (Palms/Soles)
Macular rash
Non-pruritic rash
Papular Rash
Petechiae/Petechial rash
Purpura
Purpura, Generalized
Purpura, palpable
Rash
Rash begins wrists/ankles
Rash hand/foot areas
Rash on extremities
Rash on palms and soles
Rash, macular/maculopapular or morbilliform
Sweating Excess Perspiration
Excessive/easy bruising tendency
Abdominal Pain
Abdominal Pain Crampy
Abdominal Pain Worse with Cough
Abdominal pain/worse breathing
Abdominal tenderness
Abdominal wall pain
Diffuse Abdominal Pain
Nausea
Periumbilical Pain in Children
Poorly Localized Abdominal Pain
Vomiting
Parotid swelling
Salivary Gland Enlargement
Hepatosplenomegaly
Palpable Liver/Hepatomegaly
Muscle Pain
Myalgias
Pain in Extremities/Melalgias
Tender or painful muscles/Myalgias
Altered mental status Mental status change
Confusion/agitation on exam
Confusion/Disoriented
Focal neurologic deficit
Headache
Headache, severe
Insomnia
Meningismus
Neurologic manifestations/signs
Obtunded/poorly responsive status/signs
Staggering Gait
Stiff neck/Nuchal rigidity
Sudden unconsciousness
Unable to tandem walk/straight line
Unconscious/Narcosis status
Cough
Cough Acute
Cough Dry Non-productive
Acute Back Pain
Arthralgias Polyarthralgias
Arthritis with rash/dermatitis
Back Pain
Backache
Joint Pains
Joint pains Arthralgias in Children
Joint pains Arthralgias in Elderly
Epistaxis Children
Epistaxis, severe/persistent
Splenomegaly
Tender spleen
Acute sepsis syndrome
Acutely ill patient/signs
Chills
Collapse/Prostration
Constitutional symptoms
Fever
Fever Febrile Possible
Fever in Immigrants
Fever in kids
Fever of unknown origin/chronic fever
Fever, high
Flu-Like Syndrome
High body temperature
Malaise
Mucous membrane pallor
Restlessness/Anxiousness
Total body pain/truncal/extremities
Toxic and Febrile Septic
Bloodshot eyes/Conjunctival injection
Conjunctival/scleral hemorrhage
Photophobia/Light sensitive
Red Eyes Bilateral
Scleral Injection
Typical Clinical Presentation
Viremia Sepsis with low WBC
Clinical Presentation & Variations
Presentation/Fever Immigrant Recent Home country visit
Presentation/Fever recent Travel Long visit return
Presentation/Congestive heart failure Child
Presentation/Infection Complication Cardiac Severe
Presentation/Dengue triad Fever Rash Headache
Presentation/Fever Rash Prostration Abrupt
Disease Progression
Course/Acute
Course/Acute only
Course/Lethal
Course/Lethal possible/not usual
Course/Three weeks
Course/two weeks
Incubation/3-12 days
Incubation/Intermediate
Incubation/Short
Onset/Abrupt/Sudden
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