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Bortonneuse fever

Bortonneuse fever: Introduction

Bortonneuse fever: A mild infectious disease caused by the bacterium Rickettsia Conorrii. The disease is transmitted by a dog tick (Riphicephalus sanguineus) and is most common in countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea. Incubation usually takes about one week. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Bortonneuse fever is available below.

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Misdiagnosis and Bortonneuse fever

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  1. Bortonneuse fever: Introduction
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  5. Misdiagnosis
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  7. Complications
 

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