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  1. Infectious disease (medical specialty) - Wikipedia

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    Infectious diseases, also known as infectiology, is a medical specialty dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of complex infections. An infectious disease specialist's practice consists of managing nosocomial (healthcare-acquired) infections or community-acquired infections and is historically associated with travel medicine and tropical medicine

    • Infectious disease specialist, Infectiologist, Infectionist
    • Glossary of medicine
  2. Talk:Infectious disease (medical specialty) - Wikipedia

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    The page was moved from Infectious disease (medical specialty) to Infectious medicine. I do not believe the move was indicated, as the sources call the specialty "Infectious disease", not "infectious medicine". It should probably be moved back. Yobol 02:49, 18 July 2015 (UTC) The MeSH D055552 heading is "Infectious Disease Medicine".

  3. Infectious disease (medical specialty) - Wikipedia

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    Infectious disease, an aa kent as infectious diseases, infectious medicine, infectious disease medicine or infectiology, is a medical specialty dealin wi the diagnosis, control an treatment o infections.

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  5. Medical specialty - Wikipedia

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    A medical speciality is a branch of medical practice that is focused on a defined group of patients, diseases, skills, or philosophy. Examples include children (paediatrics), cancer (), laboratory medicine (), or primary care (family medicine).

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    Medicine
    Behavioral neurology Clinical neurophysiology Geriatric neurology Headache medicine Neuromuscular medicine Neurodevelopmental disabilities Neuro-oncology Neuroradiology Vascular neurology Hospice and palliative medicine Pain medicine Sleep medicine
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    Surgery
    Cerebrovascular Neurosurgical oncology Stereotactic and functional Spine Neurotrauma Skull base Peripheral nerve Pediatric neurosurgery
    OB/GYN
    Surgery
    Maternal-fetal medicine Reproductive medicine Fertility medicine Gynecologic oncology
    ON
    Medicine
    Radiation oncology – pertains to the use of radiation therapy (the medical use of ionizing radiation) as part of cancer treatment to control malignant cells (not to be confused with radiology).
  6. Infectious disease (medical specialty) — Wikipedia ...

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    ID spe­cial­ists typ­i­cally serve as con­sul­tants to other physi­cians in cases of com­plex in­fec­tions, and often man­age pa­tients with HIV/AIDS and other forms of immunodeficiency. Al­though many com­mon in­fec­tions are treated by physi­cians with­out for­mal ex­per­tise in ID, the ID spe­cial­ist may be con­sulted for cases where an in­fec­tion is dif­fi­cult to di­ag­nose. They may also be asked to help de­ter­mine the cause of a fever of un­known ori­gin. ID spe­cial­ists can prac­...

    ID is his­tor­i­cally as­so­ci­ated with travel med­i­cine and trop­i­cal med­i­cine, as many dis­eases ac­quired in trop­i­cal and sub­trop­i­cal areas are in­fec­tious in nature.

    ID spe­cial­ists em­ploy a va­ri­ety of di­ag­nos­tic tests to help iden­tify the pathogen that is caus­ing an in­fec­tion. Com­mon tests in­clude Gram stain­ing, blood cul­tures, sero­log­i­cal tests, geno­typ­ing, and poly­merase chain re­ac­tion (PCR).

    ID spe­cial­ists em­ploy a va­ri­ety of an­timi­cro­bial agents to help treat in­fec­tions. The type of agent used de­pends on the or­gan­ism that is caus­ing the in­fec­tion. An­tibi­otics are used to treat bac­te­r­ial in­fec­tions; an­tivi­ral agents treat viral in­fec­tions ; and an­ti­fun­gal agents treat fun­gal in­fec­tions.

    In the United States, ID is a sub­spe­cialty of in­ter­nal med­i­cine or pe­di­atrics (i.e., an in­ternist or pe­di­a­tri­cian trains for an ad­di­tional 2 years as a med­ical fel­low to qual­ify as an ID spe­cial­ist and sit for the ID boards).

  7. infectious disease - Wiktionary

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    Jun 09, 2020 · Synonyms: transmissible disease, communicable disease A medical specialty dealing with the diagnosis, control and treatment of infections. Synonyms: ID, infectious diseases, infectious disease medicine, infectious medicine, infectiology, infectology; Translations

  8. Infection - Wikipedia

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    The medical treatment of infectious diseases falls into the medical field of Infectious Disease and in some cases the study of propagation pertains to the field of Epidemiology. Generally, infections are initially diagnosed by primary care physicians or internal medicine specialists.

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    Infectious disease, also known as Infectious diseases, infectious medicine, infectious disease medicine or infectiology, is a medical specialty dealing with the diagnosis, control and treatment of infections.

  10. Infection - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Infection is the invasion of an organism's body tissues by disease-causing agents. The disease is caused by the invading agents multiplying. As they multiply, they produce toxins and damage host tissues. Infectious disease, also known as 'transmissible disease' or 'communicable disease', is illness resulting from an infection.

  11. How to Become an Infectious Disease Physician

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    Mar 30, 2020 · What an Infectious Disease Physician Does . Most infectious disease physicians work for hospitals or medical centers. Many see patients in a clinic or outpatient setting, while some work in research centers. Infectious disease specialists help to identify and manage patients who have been infected.