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Tanapox

Tanapox: Introduction

Tanapox: A viral infection caused by the tanapox virus. The infection is most commonly associated with monkeys and other primates but can occur in humans. The main symptom are fever and headache with the development of skin lesions which regress spontaneously. Transmission is believed to occur through a break in the skin such as may occur when scratched or bitten by a monkey. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Tanapox is available below.

Symptoms of Tanapox

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Causes of Tanapox

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Misdiagnosis and Tanapox

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Prognosis for Tanapox

Prognosis for Tanapox: The skin lesions tend to resolve spontaneously in three to six weeks.

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