Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever

Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) is a potentially fatal tick-borne viral disease and one of the deadly hemorrhagic fevers.The onset of CCHF is sudden, with initial signs and symptoms including headache, high fever, back pain, joint pain, stomach pain, and vomiting. Red eyes, a flushed face, a red throat, and petechiae (red spots) on the palate are common. Discover the latest research on CCHF here.

April 13, 2021

Viral diversity in Phytophthora cactorum population infecting strawberry.

Environmental Microbiology
Anna PoimalaEeva J Vainio
April 9, 2021
Open Access

Neutralizing Antibodies to Severe Fever With Thrombocytopenia Syndrome Virus Among Survivors, Non-Survivors and Healthy Residents in South Korea.

Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology
Jeong Rae YooKeun Hwa Lee
April 5, 2021
Open Access

Rift Valley Fever - a Growing Threat To Humans and Animals.

Journal of Veterinary Research
Małgorzata KwaśnikJerzy Rola
April 5, 2021

Molecular Detection of Theileria annulata among Dairy Cattle and Vector Ticks in the Herat Area, Afghanistan.

Archives of Razi Institute
M Samiurahman AmiriGh Razmi
April 4, 2021
Review
Open Access

The Impact of Tick-Borne Diseases on the Bone.

Microorganisms
Imran Farooq, Tara J Moriarty
April 3, 2021
Open Access

Molecular Investigation on Tick-Borne Hemoparasites and Coxiella burnetii in Dromedary Camels (Camelusdromedarius) in Al Dhafra Region of Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Animals : an Open Access Journal From MDPI
El Tigani Ahmed El Tigani-AsilSalama Suhail Al Muhairi
April 3, 2021
Review
Open Access

Epidemiological Aspects of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever in Western Europe: What about the Future?

Microorganisms
Aránzazu PortilloJosé A Oteo
April 3, 2021

Projecting the potential distribution of ticks in China under climate and land use change.

International Journal for Parasitology
Xin YangSen Li
April 3, 2021
Review

Update on prevalence and distribution pattern of tick-borne diseases among humans in India: a review.

Parasitology Research
Tripti NegiKusum Arunachalam
March 31, 2021
Open Access

Investigation on Parasites and Some Causes of Mortality in Captive Punjab urial (Ovis vignei punjabiensis), Pakistan.

Iranian Journal of Parasitology
Romaan Hayat KhattakSara Salah Abdel-Hakeem
March 23, 2021
Open Access

Fatal Case of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Caused by Reassortant Virus, Spain, 2018.

Emerging Infectious Diseases
Anabel NegredoPaz Sánchez-Seco
March 22, 2021
Review
Open Access

Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus (CCHFV): A Silent but Widespread Threat.

Current Tropical Medicine Reports
Paul A KuehnertKeersten M Ricks
March 22, 2021

Identification and incidence of hard tick species during summer season 2019 in Jijel Province (northeastern Algeria).

Journal of Parasitic Diseases : Official Organ of the Indian Society for Parasitology
Derradj Lotfi, Kohil Karima

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