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Deutsche Synonyme für Hundefieber

Englische Synonyme für canicola fever; canine leptospirosis; Stuttgart disease

Lexikoneinträge für canicola fever; canine leptospirosis; Stuttgart disease

Addison's disease () A morbid condition causing a peculiar brownish discoloration of the skin, and thought, at one time, to be due to disease of the suprarenal capsules (two flat triangular bodies covering the upper part of the kidneys), but now known not to be dependent upon this causes exclusively. It is usually fatal.
Basedow's disease () A disease characterized by enlargement of the thyroid gland, prominence of the eyeballs, and inordinate action of the heart
Breakbone fever () See Dengue.
Bright's disease () An affection of the kidneys, usually inflammatory in character, and distinguished by the occurrence of albumin and renal casts in the urine. Several varieties of Bright's disease are now recognized, differing in the part of the kidney involved, and in the intensity and course of the morbid process.
Canine (a.) Of or pertaining to the family Canidae, or dogs and wolves
Canine (a.) Of or pertaining to the pointed tooth on each side the incisors.
Canine (n.) A canine tooth.
Disease (n.) Lack of ease
Disease (n.) An alteration in the state of the body or of some of its organs, interrupting or disturbing the performance of the vital functions, and causing or threatening pain and weakness
Disease (v. t.) To deprive of ease
Disease (v. t.) To derange the vital functions of
Fever (n.) A diseased state of the system, marked by increased heat, acceleration of the pulse, and a general derangement of the functions, including usually, thirst and loss of appetite. Many diseases, of which fever is the most prominent symptom, are denominated fevers
Fever (n.) Excessive excitement of the passions in consequence of strong emotion
Fever (v. t.) To put into a fever
Graves' disease () Same as Basedow's disease.
Hodgkin's disease () A morbid condition characterized by progressive anaemia and enlargement of the lymphatic glands
Meniere's disease () A disease characterized by deafness and vertigo, resulting in incoordination of movement. It is supposed to depend upon a morbid condition of the semicircular canals of the internal ear. Named after Meniere, a French physician.
Pott's disease () Caries of the vertebrae, frequently resulting in curvature of the spine and paralysis of the lower extremities
Thomsen's disease () An affection apparently congenital, consisting in tonic contraction and stiffness of the voluntary muscles occurring after a period of muscular inaction.

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surveillance of disease the ongoing systematic collection and analysis of data about an infectious disease that can lead to action being taken to control or prevent the disease
ratbite fever bacterium
Spirillum minus
a bacterium causing ratbite fever
Borrelia burgdorferi
Lime disease spirochete
cause of Lyme disease, transmitted primarily by ticks of genus Ixodes
any of various fissiped mammals with nonretractile claws and typically long muzzles
yellow-fever mosquito
Aedes aegypti
mosquito that transmits yellow fever and dengue
canine tooth
eye tooth
one of the four pointed conical teeth (two in each jaw) located between the incisors and the premolars
tin pest
tin disease
tin plague
the transformation of ordinary white tin into powdery grey tin at very cold temperatures
fever intense nervous anticipation, in a fever of resentment
buck fever nervous excitement of an inexperienced hunter
gold fever greed and the contagious excitement of a gold rush
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
a federal agency in the Department of Health and Human Services, located in Atlanta, investigates and diagnoses and tries to control or prevent diseases (especially new and unusual diseases)
Stuttgart a city in southwestern Germany famous for innovative architecture
fever tree Acacia xanthophloea African tree supposed to mark healthful regions
blue gum
fever tree Eucalyptus globulus
tall fast-growing timber tree with leaves containing a medicinal oil, young leaves are bluish
fever tree Georgia bark
Pinckneya pubens
ornamental shrub or small tree of swampy areas in southwestern United States having large pink or white sepals and yielding Georgia bark for treating fever
pink disease fungus
Corticium salmonicolor
fungus causing pink disease in citrus and coffee and rubber trees etc
fever tree any of several trees having leaves or bark used to allay fever or thought to indicate regions free of fever
fever pitch a state of extreme excitement, the crowd was at fever pitch
cardiovascular disease a disease of the heart or blood vessels
celiac disease a disorder in children and adults, inability to tolerate wheat protein (gluten), symptoms include foul-smelling diarrhea and emaciation, often accompanied by lactose intolerance
glandular disease
gland disease
glandular disorder
a disorder of the glands of the body
decompression sickness
aeroembolism air embolism gas embolism caisson disease
pain resulting from rapid change in pressure
disease an impairment of health or a condition of abnormal functioning
disease of the neuromuscular junction a disease characterized by impairment of neuromuscular junctions
Banti's disease
Banti's syndrome
a disease characterized by congestion and enlargement of the spleen, accompanied by anemia or cirrhosis
pulmonary anthrax
inhalation anthrax
anthrax pneumonia
ragpicker's disease
ragsorter's disease
woolsorter's pneumonia
woolsorter's disease
a form of anthrax infection acquired by inhalation of dust containing Bacillus anthracis, initial symptoms (chill and cough and dyspnea and rapid pulse) are followed by extreme cardiovascular collapse
Argentine hemorrhagic fever hemorrhagic fever with neurological signs, caused by the Junin virus
blackwater fever severe and often fatal malaria characterized by kidney damage resulting in dark urine
jungle fever severe form of malaria occurring in tropical regions
cat scratch disease a disease thought to be transmitted to humans by a scratch from a cat
endemic disease
a disease that is constantly present to a greater or lesser degree in people of a certain class or in people living in a particular location
idiopathic disease
idiopathic disorder
any disease arising from internal dysfunctions of unknown cause
monogenic disorder
monogenic disease
an inherited disease controlled by a single pair of genes
polygenic disorder
polygenic disease
an inherited disease controlled by several genes at once
Kawasaki disease
mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome
an acute disease of young children characterized by a rash and swollen lymph nodes and fever, of unknown cause
Marseilles fever
Kenya fever
Indian tick fever
boutonneuse fever
a disease (common in India and around the Mediterranean area) caused by a rickettsia that is transmitted to humans by a reddish brown tick (ixodid) that lives on dogs and other mammals
Meniere's disease a disease of the inner ear characterized by episodes of dizziness and tinnitus and progressive hearing loss (usually unilateral)
occupational disease
industrial disease
disease or disability resulting from conditions of employment (usually from long exposure to a noxious substance or from continuous repetition of certain acts)
Paget's disease
osteitis deformans
a disease of bone occurring in the middle aged and elderly, excessive bone destruction sometimes leading to bone pain and fractures and skeletal deformities
periodontal disease
a disease that attacks the gum and bone and around the teeth
pyorrhea pyorrhoea pyorrhea alveolaris
Riggs' disease
chronic periodontitis, purulent inflammation of the teeth sockets
nervous disorder
neurological disorder
neurological disease
a disorder of the nervous system
brain disorder
brain disease
any disorder or disease of the brain
myoclonus epilepsy
Lafora's disease
epilepsy characterized by clonus of muscle groups and progressive mental deterioration and genetic origin
paralysis agitans
Parkinson's disease
Parkinson's syndrome
shaking palsy
a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system characterized by tremor and impaired muscular coordination
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease
Jakob-Creutzfeldt disease
rare (usually fatal) brain disease (usually in middle age) caused by an unidentified slow virus, characterized by progressive dementia and gradual loss of muscle control
coronary heart disease a heart disease due to an abnormality of the arteries that supply blood and oxygen to the heart
heart disease
a disease of the heart
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Lou Gehrig's disease
thickening of tissue in the motor tracts of the lateral columns and anterior horns of the spinal cord, results in progressive muscle atrophy that starts in the limbs
arterial sclerosis
hardening of the arteries
induration of the arteries
coronary-artery disease
sclerosis of the arterial walls
coronary artery disease
a stage of arteriosclerosis involving fatty deposits (atheromas) inside the arterial walls, thus narrowing the arteries
valvular heart disease heart disease caused by stenosis of the cardiac valves and obstructed blood flow or caused by degeneration and blood regurgitation
kidney disease
renal disorder
a disease affecting the kidneys
Bright's disease
an inflammation of the kidney
polycystic kidney disease
kidney disease characterized by enlarged kidneys containing many cysts, often leads to kidney failure
liver disease a disease affecting the liver
Addison's disease
Addison's syndrome
a glandular disorder caused by failure of function of the cortex of the adrenal gland and marked by anemia and prostration with brownish skin
Cushing's disease
a glandular disorder caused by excessive ACTH resulting in greater than normal functioning of the adrenal gland, characterized by obesity
Graves' disease
exophthalmic goiter
exophthalmos occurring in association with goiter, hyperthyroidism with protrusion of the eyeballs
communicable disease a disease that can be communicated from one person to another
contagious disease
any disease easily transmitted by contact
scarlet fever
an acute communicable disease (usually in children) characterized by fever and a red rash
infectious disease a disease transmitted only by a specific kind of contact
brucellosis undulant fever
Malta fever
Gibraltar fever
Rock fever
Mediterranean fever
infectious bacterial disease of human beings transmitted by contact with infected animals or infected meat or milk products, characterized by fever and headache
severe combined immunodeficiency
severe combined immunodeficiency disease
a congenital disease affecting T cells that can result from a mutation in any one of several different genes, children with it are susceptible to infectious disease, if untreated it is lethal within the first year or two of life
dengue fever
dandy fever
breakbone fever
an infectious disease of the tropics transmitted by mosquitoes and characterized by rash and aching head and joints
epidemic disease any infectious disease that develops and spreads rapidly to many people
oral herpes
herpes labialis
cold sore
fever blister
caused by herpes simplex virus type (HSV-)
a venereal disease
venereal infection
social disease
Cupid's itch
Cupid's disease
Venus's curse
sexually transmitted disease
a communicable infection transmitted by sexual intercourse or genital contact
infectious mononucleosis
glandular fever
kissing disease
an acute disease characterized by fever and swollen lymph nodes and an abnormal increase of mononuclear leucocytes or monocytes in the bloodstream, not highly contagious, some believe it can be transmitted by kissing
Ebola hemorrhagic fever
Ebola fever
a severe and often fatal disease in humans and nonhuman primates (monkeys and chimpanzees) caused by the Ebola virus, characterized by high fever and severe internal bleeding, can be spread from person to person, is largely limited to Africa
Lassa fever an acute contagious viral disease of central western Africa, characterized by fever and inflammation and muscular pains and difficulty swallowing, can be used as a bioweapon
Hansen's disease
chronic granulomatous communicable disease occurring in tropical and subtropical regions, characterized by inflamed nodules beneath the skin and wasting of body parts, caused by the bacillus Mycobacterium leprae
cerebrospinal meningitis
epidemic meningitis
brain fever
cerebrospinal fever
meningitis caused by bacteria and often fatal
paratyphoid fever
any of a variety of infectious intestinal diseases resembling typhoid fever
Pott's disease TB of the spine with destruction of vertebrae resulting in curvature of the spine
ratbite fever either of two infectious diseases transmitted to humans by the bite of a rat or mouse, characterized by fever and headache and nausea and skin eruptions
rickettsial disease
infectious disease caused by ticks or mites or body lice infected with rickettsial bacteria
typhus fever
rickettsial disease transmitted by body lice and characterized by skin rash and high fever
spotted fever any of several severe febrile diseases characterized by skin rashes or spots on the skin
Rocky Mountain spotted fever
mountain fever
tick fever
caused by rickettsial bacteria and transmitted by wood ticks
Q fever an acute disease resembling influenza
trench fever marked by pain in muscles and joints and transmitted by lice
tsutsugamushi disease
scrub typhus
transmitted by larval mites and widespread in Asia
relapsing fever
recurrent fever
marked by recurring high fever and transmitted by the bite of infected lice or ticks, characterized by episodes of high fever and chills and headache and muscle pain and nausea that recur every week or ten days for several months
rheumatic fever a severe disease chiefly of children and characterized by painful inflammation of the joints and frequently damage to the heart valves
rheumatic heart disease heart disease caused by recurrent episodes of rheumatic fever, characterized by changes in the myocardium or scarring of the heart valves that reduce the power of the heart to pump blood
sweating sickness
miliary fever
epidemic in the th and th centuries and characterized by profuse sweating and high mortality
pulmonary tuberculosis
wasting disease
white plague
involving the lungs with progressive wasting of the body
typhoid fever
enteric fever
serious infection marked by intestinal inflammation and ulceration, caused by Salmonella typhosa ingested with food or water
yellow jack
yellow fever
black vomit
caused by a flavivirus transmitted by a mosquito
respiratory disease
respiratory illness
respiratory disorder
a disease affecting the respiratory system
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease a nonreversible lung disease that is a combination of emphysema and chronic bronchitis, usually patients have been heavy cigarette smokers
valley fever
desert rheumatism
an infection of the lungs and skin characterized by excessive sputum and nodules
Legionnaires' disease acute (sometimes fatal) lobar pneumonia caused by bacteria of a kind first recognized after an outbreak of the disease at an American Legion convention in Philadelphia in , characterized by fever and muscle and chest pain and headache and chills and a dry cough
psittacosis parrot fever
an atypical pneumonia caused by a rickettsia microorganism and transmitted to humans from infected birds
black lung
black lung disease
coal miner's lung
lung disease caused by inhaling coal dust
respiratory distress syndrome
respiratory distress syndrome of the newborn
hyaline membrane disease
an acute lung disease of the newborn (especially the premature newborn), lungs cannot expand because of a wetting agent is lacking, characterized by rapid shallow breathing and cyanosis and the formation of a glassy hyaline membrane over the alveoli
genetic disease
genetic disorder
genetic abnormality
genetic defect
congenital disease
inherited disease
inherited disorder
hereditary disease
hereditary condition
a disease or disorder that is inherited genetically
cystic fibrosis
fibrocystic disease of the pancreas
pancreatic fibrosis
the most common congenital disease, the child's lungs and intestines and pancreas become clogged with thick mucus, caused by defect in a single gene, no cure is known


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