ICD-11 classes
01 Certain infectious or parasitic diseases
Non-viral and unspecified infections of the central nervous...
1D00 — Infectious encephalitis not elsewhere classified
1C80 — Viral encephalitis not elsewhere classified
1D61.0 — Argentinian haemorrhagic fever

ICD-11 1D61.0 — Argentinian haemorrhagic fever

A disease endemic to the Argentine Pampas that is caused by an infection with Junín virus and that is characterised by haemorrhagic and neurological manifestations and high lethality (10-30%). The disease begins with a 6-14 day-lasting prodromic phase. Argentinian haemorrhagic fever presents with fever, myalgia, erythema, conjunctival injection, non-menstrual uterine bleeding, epistaxis, haematemesis, melena, haematuria, or shock. Around 20-30% of patients advance to a neurological and haemorrhagic phase. Survivors have a long convalescence period. Transmission occurs by inhalation, consumption, or direct contact with excretions and bodily fluids from infected rodents. Diagnosis occurs by identification of Junín virus from blood or mucosal secretions samples.

The diagnosis includes nothing.

The diagnosis excludes nothing.

It has no clarifying diagnoses.

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