- Deerfly fever
- Francisella tularensis infection
- Lemming fever
- Ohara disease
- Pahvant Valley plague
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- Muscle pains
- Joint stiffness
- Dry cough
- Progressive weakness
- Weight loss
People can also catch pneumonia and develop chest pain, bloody sputum and can have trouble breathing and even sometimes stop breathing.
Other symptoms of tularemia depend on how a person was exposed to the tularemia bacteria. These symptoms can include ulcers on the skin or mouth, swollen and painful lymph glands, swollen and painful eyes, and a sore throat.
- Key Facts About Tularemia. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 2003; http://emergency.cdc.gov/agent/tularemia/facts.asp. Accessed 5/10/2010.
- Dugdale DC, Vyas JM. Tularemia. MedlinePlus. 2009; http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000856.htm. Accessed 5/10/2010.