Colorado tick fever
Synonyms: American mountain fever | Colorado tick encephalitis | Colorado tick-borne disease | Mountain fever | Mountain tick fever
An acute arboviral infection caused by a Coltivirus transmitted by an infected tick and characterized by a biphasic fever with headache myalgias arthralgias and fatigue that can last 3 weeks or more. In some cases macular maculopapular or petechial rash and/or stiff neck nausea vomiting abdominal pain diarrhea and sore throat may also occur.
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