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Introduction: Rickettsialpox

Description of Rickettsialpox

Rickettsialpox: mild infectious rickettsial disease caused by a bacterium of the genus Rickettsia transmitted to humans by the bite a mite that lives on rodents; characterized by chills and fever and headache and skin lesions that resemble chickenpox.
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Rickettsialpox: A species of gram-negative bacteria that causes rickettsialpox. The vector is a mouse mite and the reservoirs are mites and mice.
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Broader terms for Rickettsialpox

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The following terms can be used for Rickettsialpox

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Hierarchical classifications of Rickettsialpox

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