Region Type of virus Transmission Route Incubation Period Source of Infection Sign Symptom Complication Virulence Factor Dif. Diagnosis Epidemiology Prophylaxis
Bacterial infections Borreliaburgdorferi Lxodid ticks, regurgitation of the ticks gutcontents iwth borrelia , during biting. 3 to 30 days Na First stage of localised infection appears as a small red macule or papule at site of bite, and later stage of dissseminated infection develops with headache, fever , myalgia, & lymphadenopathy , and third stage of persistent infection after months , with chronic arthritis, polyneuropathy, & encephalopathy. First stage of localised infection appears as a small red macule or papule at site of bite, and later stage of dissseminated infection develops with headache, fever , myalgia, & lymphadenopathy , and third stage of persistent infection after months , with chronic arthritis, polyneuropathy, & encephalopathy. Identification of tick infested places and the iravoidance, or eradication of the vectors .