A

Arenaviridae * Bunyaviridea * Filoviridae * Flaviviridae

ASCARIASIS

Aspergillosis

Acinetobacter Infection

ACTINOMYCOSIS

Anthrax

AMOEBIASIS

ANCYLOSTOMA DUODENALE HOOKWORM

B

Bacterial dysentry

Bactrial Leprosy

BACTERIAL DIARHOEA

Botulism ( food borne )

Brucellosis

Black Hiedra

BLASTOMYCOSIS

C

Cytomegalovirus ( heprpesvirus )

Chikungunya Virus ( Group A Virus )

Cutaneous Infection : wound and burn infection , pustules , furuncles , carbuncles , styes , impetigo and pemphigus neonatorum .

Chancroid

Chromoblastomycosis

COCCIDIOVDO- Mycosis

Candidiosis

cysticercosis

CLONORCHIS SINENSIS

Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever

Constipation and irritable bowel syndrome

Cryptosporidiosis

D

DIPHTHERIA

Dengue Virus

Deep Infection : ostemyelitis, periostitis , tonsillitis , pharyngitis, sinusitis, , bronchopneumonia ,empyema, septicemia, meningitis, endocarditis, breast abscess, renal abscess and abscesses in other organs.

Dysentery

Dermatophytoses

Donovanosis

E

Enterovirus ( type 72 ) of the Picornavirida

Enterovirus ( type 72 ) of the Picornaviridae family RNA virus

Enterococcal gastrointestinal tract and genitourinary tract infection , infective endocarditis , biliary tract infection

F

FASCIOLIASIS


G

Group B Arboviurs ( Flavivirus )

Gas Gangrene

Gonorrhoea

Glanders

GRANULOMATOUS AMOEBIC ENCEPHALITIS

GIARDIASIS

H

Human Parainfluenza viruses (HPIVs)

Human Papilloma Virus

Herpes Simplex Virus type 1 & Herpes Simplex Virus type 2

Hepatitis E Virus , family Calciviridae RNA Virus

Hepatitis B Virus ( Hepadna Virus ( Hepadna Virus ) DNA Virus

Hepatitis C virus ,a Flavivirus with RNA genome

Hepatitis D Virus ( RNA virus )

Human immunodeficiency Virus, a retrovirus

Hensens disease

Histoplarmosis

HYDATID DISEASE OR CYSTIC ENCHINOCOSSIS

HYMENOLEPIS NANA DWARF TAPEWORM

I

Influenza Virus types A , B & C

J
K
L

Leprosy

LOBAR PNEUMONIA

Legionnaires Disease

LYMPHATIC FILARIASIS

Lyme disease

LEISHMANIASIS

LOBOMYCOSIS

M

Meningitis

Mumps Virus ( Paramyxovirus )

Measles Virus ( Morbillivirus )

Malassezia infection

Mycoplasma pneumonia

MALARIA

MALA SSEZIA INFECTION

Mycetoma

N

Neissria meningitis ,and meningoencphalitis

nosocomial pneumonia, nosocomial urinary tract infection , surgical site infections, infections of fever burns and infections of patients undergoing either chemotherapy for neoplastic diseases or antibiotic therapy

Nocardiosis

non hodgkins lymphoma

O
P

Pulmonary Tuberculosis

PERTUSSIS (whooping cough)

Polio Virus

Pseudomembranous colitis

Peptic Ulcer

Plague

Pneumococcal pneumonia , Acute Exacerbations in Chronic Bronchitis

Proteus urinary tract infection & Pyogenic infections

PNEUMOCTSTIS PNEUMONIA

Pinworm infection

PRIMARY AMOEBIC MENINGO ENCEPHALITIS ( PAM)

Phaeohypho mycosis

Paracoccidioido mycosis

Q

Q fever

R

Rotavirus (most common agent of gastroenteritis in children aged 6 month to 2 years )

Respiratory Syncytial Virus ( Pneumovirus )

Rabies Virus (Lyssavirus type 1 )

S

Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome

SYPHILIS

SMALLPOX

Staphylococcal food poisoning .

Sporotrichosis

SWINE FLU (H1N1)

T

Tetnus

Type specific virus of family Flaviviridae

Toxic Shock Syndrome ( TSS)

Trachoma

Typhus Fever ( Epidemic Typhus)

TRICHOMONIASIS

Tinea nigra

U
V

Varicella Zoster Virus

Vaginitis

Varicella zoster

W

Whooping cough

Whipeworm infection

White Piedra


X
Y
Z

Zygomycosis