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Scrub Typhus is an infectious disease that is caused by Orientia tsutsugamushi a bacteria that belongs to family of Rickettsiaceae. A bite from a trombiculid larval mite, followed by symptoms including fever, a spotted rash on torso, black eschar at the site of mite bite, body & muscle pain and swelling of lymph glands. After the onset of symptoms, the IgM antibody titers increase gradually over 2-3 weeks and peak at about 4 weeks. Common complications associated with Scrub typhus are acute kidney injury, hepatitis, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), meningoencephalitis, myocarditis and septic shock.
- Scrub Typhus Antibodies IgM
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