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All Causes Beginning with the Letter C:


C Syndrome

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Jeans Ribbon for Genetic Diseases

C Syndrome is also known as:
• Opitz Trigonocephaly Syndrome
• Trigonocephaly "C" Syndrome
• Trigonocephaly Syndrome

What is C Syndrome?
C syndrome, also known as Opitz trigonocephaly syndrome, is a rare disorder transmitted as a result of "gonadal mosaicism". Mosaicism refers to a condition in which a person has cells that differ from each other in genetic makeup. The difference is usually a variation in the number of chromosomes. Normally, all body cells would have 46 chromosomes, but in mosaicism, some cells may have 45 or 47. Mosaicism occurs as a result of an error in cell division very early in fetal development.

Affected individuals are born with a malformation in which the head is a triangular shape due to premature union of the skull bones (trigonocephaly), a narrow-pointed forehead, a flat broad nasal bridge with a short nose, vertical folds over the inner corners of the eyes, an abnormal palate that is deeply furrowed, abnormalities of the ear, crossed eyes (strabismus), joints that are bent or in a fixed position, and loose skin. Developmental and learning disabilities are common.


##C3 Glomerulopathy: Dense Deposit Disease and C3 Glomerulonephritis Awareness Ribbon Color: Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

C3 Glomerulopathy: Dense Deposit Disease and C3 Glomerulonephritis is also known as:
• C3G

Subdivisions of C3 Glomerulopathy: Dense Deposit Disease and C3 Glomerulonephritis
• Dense Deposit Disease
• C3 Glomerulonephritis

What is C3 Glomerulopathy: Dense Deposit Disease and C3 Glomerulonephritis?
Dense deposit disease (DDD) is a very rare kidney disease characterized on a renal biopsy test called ‘immunofluorescence’ by an abundance of a protein called C3 in the renal glomeruli, and named for the extremely dense ‘sausage-like’ deposits that are seen in the glomerular basement membrane (GBM) using electron microscopy.

In addition to dense deposits in the kidney, persons with DDD can develop deposits in their eyes in an area called Bruch’s membrane. This occurs because the ‘choriocapillaris-Bruch's membrane-retinal pigment epithelium’ interface in the eye is very similar to the capillary-GBM interface in the kidney. The eye deposits are called drusen.


CADASIL

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Jeans Ribbon for Genetic Diseases

CADASIL is also known as:
• Cerebral Autosomal Dominant Arteriopathy w/Subcortical Infarcts and Leukoencephalopathy
• Hereditary Multi-Infarct Dementia

What is CADASIL?
CADASIL is a rare genetic disorder affecting the small blood vessels in the brain. The age of onset, severity, specific symptoms and disease progression varies greatly from one person to another, even among members of the same family. CADASIL is an acronym that stands for: (C)erebral - relating to the brain (A)utosomal (D)ominant - a form of inheritance in which one copy of an abnormal gene is necessary for the development of a disorder (A)rteriopathy - disease of the arteries (blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart) (S)ubcortical - relating to specific areas of the brain supplied by deep small arteries (I)nfarcts - tissue loss in the brain caused by lack of blood flow to the brain, which occurs when circulation through the small arteries is severely reduced or interrupted (L)eukoencephalopathy - lesions in the brain white matter caused by the disease and observed on MRI.


Calcium Pyrophosphate Deposition Disease (CPPD)

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Ribbon for Calcium Pyrophosphate Deposition Disease (CPPD)

What is Calcium Pyrophosphate Deposition Disease (CPPD)?
Calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate crystal deposition disease (CPPD) occurs when these crystals form deposits in the joint and surrounding tissues. The crystal deposits provoke inflammation in the joint, which can cause the joint cartilage to break down. The disease may take a few different arthritis-related forms: osteoarthritis, a chronic rheumatoid arthritis (RA)-like inflammatory arthritis, or an acutely painful inflammatory condition called pseudogout. The name pseudogout comes from the fact that it resembles another acutely painful condition called gout. The main difference is the type of crystals involved in the inflammation and damage.


Campomelic Syndrome

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Campomelic Syndrome is also known as:
• Acampomelic Campomelic "Dysplasia"
• Campomelic Dwarfism
• Campomelic Dysplasia
• Campomelic Syndrome, Long-Limb Type
• Camptomelic Dwarfism
• Camptomelic Syndrome
• Camptomelic Syndrome, Long-Limb Type
• CMDI
• Dwarfism, Campomelic
• SRY-Box 9, SOX9 Mutations Syndrome

What is Campomelic Syndrome?
Campomelic syndrome is a rare congenital disorder in which multiple anomalies are present. It is characterized by bowing and angular shape of the long bones of the legs, especially the tibia; multiple minor anomalies of the face; cleft palate; other skeletal anomalies such as abnormalities of the shoulder and pelvic area and eleven pairs of ribs instead of the usual twelve; underdevelopment of the trachea; developmental delay in some cases and incomplete development of genitalia in males such that they appear to be females.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.

Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

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Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.


Q Fever

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Q Fever is also known as:
• Q Fever Pneumonia
• Atypical Pneumonia

Subdivisions of Q Fever
• Acute Q Fever
• Chronic Q Fever

What is Q Fever?
Q fever is an infectious disease that is spread by the inhalation or ingestion of a bacterium known as Coxiella burnetii, which belongs to the order of Legionellales. C. burnetii is spread mainly by breathing contaminated air or eating or drinking a contaminated food. Farm workers, especially those who work with animals, people who work in slaughterhouses and veterinarians are especially vulnerable to this disease. Because infection can occur as a result of airborne transmission and the agent is very resistant to environmental conditions, it was included on the list of possible bacteriological weapons. Q fever causes highly variable diseases ranging from acute (often self-limited) infection to fatal chronic infection. Infections that do not cause outward symptoms (subclinical) or no symptoms (asymptomatic) are also common.