Bartonella henselae is the causative agent of cat-scratch disease (CSD), the most common cause of lymphadenopathy in adults and children (1).
What does CSD stand for?
CSD stands for Cat-Scratch Disease
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of Arizona College of Medicine) and practitioner Friedman, along with a host of contributors, address a broad spectrum of viruses, bacteria, fungi, rickettsiae, spirochetes, microbacteria and parasites as well as cat-scratch disease and HIV.
BA is caused by Bartonella bacteria--small, curved, Gram-negative bacilli, one associated with AIDS patients (especially when CD4<200 il) and one associated with cat-scratch disease.
henselae in cat-scratch disease and suggested that fleas may be responsible for infecting the animals.
Cat-scratch disease, hantaviruses, leptospirosis, Lyme disease, salmonella, typhus, and numerous parasitic diseases are amongst the many that can be transferred from wild animals and birds to humans.
Cat-Scratch Disease Cat-scratch disease is mainly transmitted to humans when they are scratched by a cat that harbors Bartonella henselae-infected fleas and flea feces (9).
Cat-scratch disease was initially considered for patient 2, but it was ruled out after an indirect fluorescent antibody test for B henselae was negative.
The causative agent of cat-scratch disease (CSD), Bartonella henselae, is a gram-negative bacterium associated with cats.