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Viral haemorrhagic fevers (VHFs) are a group of potentially life threatening infections which are associated with fever and bleeding.
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Yellow fever is an infection in humans caused by the yellow fever virus. The yellow fever virus is transmitted by mosquitoes
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Cryptosporidium infection is an infection of the bowel caused by a parasite - the main symptom is watery diarrhoea which occurs with stomach cramps
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HIV test detects Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) antibodies. These are proteins made by the immune system after infection by HIV
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Meningococcal disease may result in meningitis, septicaemia, joint infection, eye infection, pneumonia and rash
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Rotavirus infection is the most common cause of severe diarrhoea in children - it may cause serious dehydration and require hospitalisation
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Cat-scratch disease is bacterial and starts with a small lump followed weeks later by swelling of lymph glands - usually resolves without treatment
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One of a large family of viruses which multiply in the gastrointestinal tract & can cause no symptoms to life threatening complications
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Norovirus infection or viral gastroenteritis is very contagious - often begins suddenly with severe symptoms and usually lasts one or two days
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Worms are bowel parasites - threadworm is the most common - worm eggs can survive up to 2 weeks in the environment and infect other people
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