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Tick-born Hemorrhagic Fever: Disease Bioinformatics
Tick-borne Hemorrhagic Fever is a viral infection that causes internal bleeding and damage to the vascular system. Individuals are infected with tick-borne hemorrhagic fever when they come in contact with bodily fluids of a tick, which can occur after being bitten or after crushing a tick, or after interacting with animals that are infected. In some cases, tick-borne hemorrhagic fever can be contagious. Symptoms of tick-borne hemorrhagic fever include fever, muscle aches, and fatigue. In severe cases, internal bleeding, nervous system malfunction, and renal failure may also occur. Tick-borne hemorrhagic fever is caused by an RNA virus that requires a host to survive. There is no cure or vaccine for tick-borne hemorrhagic fever, but it is recommended to use insect repellant and barriers to avoid being bitten by infected ticks.
Tick-born Hemorrhagic Fever Bioinformatics Tool
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Alternate NamesTick-born Hemorrhagic Fever is also known as Tick-borne Haemorrhagic Fever.