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Various diseases caused by virus in humans

Various diseases caused by virus in humans
the word virus may already familiar to our ears, there are so many types and names of viruses. this time I will explain the various diseases caused by virus in humans. let's look at the following explanation

Various diseases caused by virus in humans

1. AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome)
AIDS is a disease that causes decreased immunity. The disease is caused by the HIV virus (Human Immunodeficiensy Virus). The disease can be transmitted through ordinary contact such as melauli wounds in the skin, mucous membranes, sexual intercourse, blood transfusion, the use of unsterile needle syringes, from mothers who suffer from AIDS to the child they are pregnant. Until now there is a vaccine to prevent AIDS, so what efforts should we do to avoid AIDS?

2. Hepatitis (Swelling of the Heart)
There are three types of hepatitis, namely hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C. Symptoms: fever, nausea, vomiting, skin discoloration and yellow mucous membrane. Hepatitis A tends to cause acute hepatitis, hepatitis B tends to cause chronic, hepatitis C tends to be at risk for liver cancer. Transmission through virus-contaminated beverages, non-sterile needles, and blood transfusions.

3. Dengue Fever
 Caused by dengue virus. This virus can cause decreased platelet levels and lead to rupture of blood capillaries so the symptoms that appear are the presence of red spots on the skin, high fever, headache, nosebleeds more severe bleeding in the organs of the body and can cause death. The vector that causes this disease is the Aedes aegypti mosquito.

4. SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome).
Presumably this disease is caused by a corona virus brought by mammals of civet and raccoons. This virus is very easy to mutate. The symptoms of this disease include body temperature above 40o C, chills, muscle fatigue, dry cough, headache, shortness of breath, and diarrhea.

5. Influenza
This disease is caused by Orthomyxovirus. Its morphology is like a ball, this virus attacks the respiratory tract so that the patient has difficulty breathing. The disease is transmitted through the air that is absorbed through the respiratory tract. The symptoms: fever, headache, stiff, loss of appetite.

6. Parotitis
The cause of this disease is Paramyxovirus. Viruses that have only ARN (nucleic acid ribo) only. The disease is characterized by swelling of the parathyroid gland in the neck below the earlobe. This disease can be transmitted from one person to another through direct contact with the patient, through saliva, urine, and vomit. If a person has been cured of mumps they will have immunity to the mumps disease

7. Herpes Simplex
The virus that causes this disease attacks the skin and mucous membranes. Infants, children, and adults can be attacked by this type of virus. Locations that are attacked by this virus are the eyes, lips, mouth, skin, genitals, and sometimes the brain. The virus infects the body through small wounds. In infants this virus can infect at the time of birth. In addition the virus is also transmitted through sexual contact. Except for the eyes and brain, the symptoms of this disease are the emergence of small bubbles, bubbles are very fragile. Infections of the genitals are thought to be one cause of malignant tumors in the genital area.
 This disease usually affects children. Symptoms that appear include high fever, delirium, cough, sore eyes if exposed to light, and sense of pain throughout the body. The cause of this disease is Paramyxovirus, a virus that has no neurominidase enzyme. Early in the incubation period the virus breeds in the upper respiratory tract. At the end of the incubation period the virus goes to the blood and circulates throughout the body especially the skin.

9. Polio
In general, polio attacks in children with symptoms include: fever, headache, malaise, drowsiness, sore throat, nausea, and vomiting. Sometimes accompanied by a sense of stiffness in the neck and spine. Polio can cause paralysis when it attacks the membranes of the brain meninges and damages the nerve cells in the forebrain. Vaccines for folios are the Salk and Sabin vaccines. The Salk vaccine serves to activate the production of antibodies in the serum, neutralizes virulent viruses as it enters the bloodstream, and prevents attacks on the central nervous system. While Sabin Vaccine contains a virus folio that has been attenuated.

10. Smallpox
 The virus that causes smallpox is Herpesvirusvaricellae, which attacks the body and inflicts damage to the entire body. If cured leave a pockmark on the skin of body and face.

11. Avian influenza virus (H5 N1), causing bird flu disease

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