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  1. PB726 Common Ticks of Tennsessee and Their Control

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    Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever is caused by a rickettsia that is the most common tick-transmitted disease agent present in Tennessee. One hundred and thirty-six cases were reported in Tennessee in 2005. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever is characterized by fever, headaches, muscle aches, malaise and a rash that starts on the hands and feet.

  2. Tick Fevers & Diseases - Orkin.com

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    Colorado tick fever. The disease organism that causes Colorado tick fever is a virus transmitted by the Rocky Mountain wood tick. This disease generally occurs in the Rocky Mountain States at elevations of 4,000 - 10,500 feet. Symptoms include fever, chills, body aches, fatigue, rash and headaches.

  3. Rolling Up Our Sleeves to Fight Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever ...

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    Mar 18, 2010 · Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) is transmitted by ticks. The first symptoms of the disease are often fever and headache, followed in several days by a skin rash. Patients may also have signs of pneumonia or abdominal pain.

  4. Q fever - NORD (National Organization for Rare Disorders)

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    The symptoms of Q fever can vary dramatically from one person to another. Infection can result in no apparent symptoms (asymptomatic); an acute form of disease characterized by a flu-like illness that may go away on its own (self-limited) or can cause other more serious symptoms; or a chronic, long-lasting form that can be associated with serious complications.

  5. Tick Bites Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

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    May 04, 2020 · Rocky Mountain spotted fever – Symptoms include fever, headache, a spotted rash on wrists and ankles, and a patchy rash on arms and legs. Muscle aches (myalgia), nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain are also common.

  6. REFERENCES - UpToDate

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    Fever with an accompanying rash is a common symptom constellation in patients presenting to clinicians' offices and emergency departments. Skin manifestations may provide the only early clue to an underlying infection, may be the hallmark of contagious disease, and/or may be an early sign of a life-threatening infection or serious noninfectious ...

  7. 8 Types of Ticks That Transmit Diseases - How to ID Tick Species

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    May 12, 2020 · Disease risk: Rocky Mountain spotted fever, tularemia Location: The American dog tick has a wide range, with a habitat east of the Rocky Mountains, as well as most of California. Brown dog tick

  8. Black Flies | Public Health and Medical Entomology | Purdue ...

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    Adults emerge from the pupal stage in 4-7 days and can live for a few weeks. Adults of most species are active from mid-May to July. The number of generations completed in one year varies among species, with some having only one generation, but most species that are major pests complete several generations per year.

  9. The brown dog tick can transmit Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. Rocky Mountain Wood Tick. The Rocky Mountain wood tick (Dermacentor andersoni) is known to transmit Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Tularemia, Colorado Tick Fever, and is a major cause of tick paralysis. View top and bottom aspects of tick. Relative size between species of ticks…

  10. Valley Fever Symptoms and Treatment - TripSavvy

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    Valley Fever is a non-contagious lung infection. A fungus becomes airborne when the wind transports dust around construction areas and agricultural areas. When spores are inhaled, Valley Fever can result. The medical name for Valley Fever is coccidioidomycosis.