Infection

Subtypes
Bacterial infection
Fungal infection
Parasitic infection
Severe infection
Viral infection
May Cause
Acquired absence of phalanx, digit, hand, or foot
Acquired acro-osteolysis of one digit
Acute pancreatitis
Asymmetrical sacroiliac joint abnormality
Asymmetrical sacroiliac joint disease
Bladder filling defect
Bone infarct
Camptodactyly
Cerebral vasculitis
Dactylitis
Dilatation of ureter
Disk calcification
Dissecting aneurysm of the ascending aorta or arch
Dural sinus thrombosis
Ear cartilage calcification
Eosinophilia
Epiphyseal-metaphyseal injury
Extraocular muscle enlargement
Fragmented or irregular femoral head
Gangrene of finger or toe
Generalized wide epiphyseal plate
Genu valgum
Ground-glass pulmonary opacity
Intervertebral disk calcification
Lesions of the hypopharynx, larynx, and upper trachea
Localized small epiphyses
Lymphangiectasia
Mass in scrotum
Myopathy
Orbital wall lesion
Perinephric hematoma
Pleural effusion containing eosinophiles
Pneumocephalus
Precocious puberty
Premature epiphyseal fusion
Prosthetic valve regurgitation
Pulmonary hemorrhage
Salivary duct stricture on sialography
Short proximal phalanx
Shortened bone with premature growth-plate closure
Solid extratesticular mass in scrotum
Splenomegaly with normal echogenicity
Thick tubular hand bones
Thickened placenta
Thin placenta
Unilateral sacroiliac joint abnormality
Unilateral sacroiliac joint disease
Urinary tract calculus
Wedged vertebra
May Be Caused by
Campylobacter fetus
Campylobacter jejuni
Candida albicans
Cytomegalovirus infection
E. coli
Giardiasis
Histoplasmosis
Shigella
Typhoid fever
Vibrio

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