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A Rare Concurrent Infection with Scrub Typhus, Dengue, Malaria, and Typhoid in a Tertiary Care Hospital of Southern Rajasthan

Document Type: Case Report

Virendra Kumar Goyal , Harbeer Chhabra , Ruhi Dak , Krupa Akhani
Professor and Head, Assistant Professor, Junior Resident, Department of General Medicine, GBH General Hospital, Bedwas, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India

DOI : 10.37821/ruhsjhs.8.2.2023.463 [Downloaded: 0 times], [Page visited: 0 times]

DOAJ : https://doaj.org/article/e96c3c17daec4af282d851ad9d8ff148

Mixed infections are not uncommon in tropical areas, especially during the rainy and post-rainy season due to the predisposition of vector-borne diseases in endemic areas. Due to overlapping symptoms, it is difficult to come to a diagnosis and thus increasing the time taken to start the required empiric treatment.

Concurrent infection, dengue, malaria, scrub typhus, typhoid.