Sandfly Fever

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Sandfly Fever, otherwise known as the papaataci fever, the phlebotomus fever, and three-day fever is a medical condition referring to the viral infections from sandfly bites.


It is diagnosed through undergoing fever tests, flu tests and infection of the ear test.


Treatments includes administration of medications to alleviate pain, fluid and bed rest.

Symptoms and Signs

Symptoms of Sandfly Fever includes fever, headache, chills, shivering, muscle pains and spasms, join pains, flushing, blood shot eyes and flu-like symptoms.


Sandfly fever is said to be caused by Phleboviruses that is transmitted by sand flies.

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