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What is Necrobacillosis?

What is Necrobacillosis?

  • Necrobacillosis: A form of bacterial blood infection caused by Fusobacterium necrophorum which can occur as a complication of throat infections. The infection is potentially fatal and can cause the development of abscesses in various parts of the body including the brain and lungs .

Necrobacillosis: Introduction

Types of Necrobacillosis:

Broader types of Necrobacillosis:

How serious is Necrobacillosis?

Complications of Necrobacillosis: see complications of Necrobacillosis

What causes Necrobacillosis?

Causes of Necrobacillosis: see causes of Necrobacillosis

What are the symptoms of Necrobacillosis?

Symptoms of Necrobacillosis: see symptoms of Necrobacillosis

Complications of Necrobacillosis: see complications of Necrobacillosis

Can anyone else get Necrobacillosis?

More information: see contagiousness of Necrobacillosis
Inheritance: see inheritance of Necrobacillosis

Necrobacillosis: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Necrobacillosis.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Necrobacillosis.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Necrobacillosis: Infectious Disease Specialist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Necrobacillosis.
Treatments for Necrobacillosis: see treatments for Necrobacillosis

Name and Aliases of Necrobacillosis

Main name of condition: Necrobacillosis

Other names or spellings for Necrobacillosis:

Lemierre's disease

 

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