There are some general misconceptions about typhoid fever, a disease caused by Salmonella typhi. However, this article intends to provide twelve additional information about the disease and its causative agent, so that people may know more.
Over much of epidemiology early history, epidemiologists concentrated almost entirely upon human infectious diseases, and much of the epidemiological work on these diseases has focused on measuring burden, describing patterns, and attempting to understand the transmission dynamics of infectious agents.
Leukemia is the unchecked proliferation of an abnormal clone of haematopoietic cells, and leukemic cells respond poorly or inappropriately to regulatory signals, display aberrant patterns of differentiation, or even fail to differentiate. Hence, there is need for highly specific diagnostic method that can be effective.
50% of all stillbirths have been found out to be due to infections, with 98% of these happening in low- and middle-income countries. In this series of write-ups that will run for about two weeks, cursory views are taken of bacterial, viral, fungal and protozoan infections capable of causing stillbirths in pregnant women.