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Cat scratch fever

Updated: 2020-03-17


Cat scratch disease is caused by Bartonella henselae bacteria.


Symptoms include a bump, redness, fatigue, headache and discomfort in most cases. Lymph nodes near the injury may swell.


This disease generally clears up on its own. In some cases, antibiotics may be needed.