LICE
MCID: LCN001
MIFTS: 29

Lice Infestation (LICE) malady

Infectious category

Summaries for Lice Infestation

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MedlinePlus:34 Lice are parasitic insects that can be found on people's heads and bodies. they survive by feeding on human blood. lice found on each area of the body are different from each other. the three types of lice that live on humans are head lice, body lice (also called clothes lice), and pubic lice ("crabs"). symptoms of lice may include intense itching rash visible nits (lice eggs) or crawling lice lice spread most commonly by close person-to-person contact. dogs, cats, and other pets do not spread human lice. lice move by crawling. they cannot hop or fly. if you get lice, both over-the-counter and prescription medicines are available for treatment. centers for disease control and prevention

MalaCards: Lice Infestation, also known as mixed pediculosis, is related to typhus and deficiency anemia. An important gene associated with Lice Infestation is CD300E (CD300e molecule). The drugs lindane and malathion have been mentioned in the context of this disorder.

Disease Ontology:8 A parasitic ectoparasitic infectious disease that involves infestation of lice, which are blood-feeding ectoparasitic insects of the order phthiraptera.

CDC:3 Lice are parasitic insects that can be found on people's heads, and bodies, including the pubic area. Human lice survive by feeding on human blood. Lice found on each area of the body are different from each other. The three types of lice that live on humans are:

Wikipedia:64 Pediculosis is an infestation of lice—blood-feeding ectoparasitic insects of the order Phthiraptera.... more...

Aliases & Classifications for Lice Infestation

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Global: Infectious


Aliases & Descriptions:

lice infestation 8 10
mixed pediculosis 8 61
lice 8 34
louse infestation & pediculosis and phthirus 8
pediculosis and phthirus infection nos 8
pediculosis and phthirus infestation 8
pediculosis and phthirus infections 8
pediculosis and phthirus infection 8
mixed pediculosis infestation 8
infestation by pediculus 8
pediculosis, unspecified 8
infestation by anoplura 61
pediculosis + lice nos 8
body louse infestation 61
lice infestation, nos 8
louse infestation 8
lice infestations 61
pediculosis 8


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Disease Ontology8 DOID:5502
ICD9CM27 132.9
MeSH35 D010373

Related Diseases for Lice Infestation

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Diseases related to Lice Infestation via text searches within MalaCards or GeneCards/GeneDecks gene sharing:

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idRelated DiseaseScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1typhus10.3
2deficiency anemia10.2
3pediculus humanus corporis infestation10.2
4pediculus humanus capitis infestation10.2
5iron deficiency anemia10.2
6pthirus pubis infestation10.2
7trench fever10.2
8diabetic ketoacidosis10.0
9molluscum contagiosum10.0
10ornithosis10.0
11endemic typhus10.0
12white piedra10.0
13chickenpox10.0
14febrile seizures10.0
15paraquat poisoning10.0

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Diseases related to lice infestation

Clinical Features for Lice Infestation

Drugs & Therapeutics for Lice Infestation

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Genetic Tests for Lice Infestation

Anatomical Context for Lice Infestation

Animal Models for Lice Infestation or affiliated genes

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Publications for Lice Infestation

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Articles related to Lice Infestation:

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idTitleAuthorsYear
1
Evaluation of a health education program for head lice infestation in female primary school students in Chabahar City, Iran. (23273236)
2013
2
Effect of households' social networks on lice infestation among vulnerable Mexican children: a qualitative comparative analysis. (23751254)
2013
3
Efficacy and Safety of Dimeticone in the Treatment of Lice Infestation through Prophylaxis of Classmates. (24427749)
2013
4
Assessment of the safety and efficacy of three concentrations of topical ivermectin lotion as a treatment for head lice infestation. (23278618)
2013
5
Head lice infestation in schoolchildren and related factors in Mafraq governorate, Jordan. (22250625)
2012
6
Severe head lice infestation in an Andean mummy of Arica, Chile. (22010860)
2012
7
Lice infestations and scabies. (22991888)
2012
8
Parental attitudes towards head lice infestation in Greece. (21595662)
2011
9
Oral Ivermectin is more effective than topical malathion in difficult-to-treat head lice infestation. (21482534)
2011
10
Severe iron deficiency anemia and lice infestation. (20656443)
2011
11
Spinosad for treatment of head lice infestation. (21750308)
2011
12
Hair characteristics and lice infestation. Data from schoolchildren in Greece. (20497289)
2011
13
What's bugging you? An update on the treatment of head lice infestation. (20688849)
2011
14
Epidemiology of head lice infestation in primary school pupils, in khajeh city, East azerbaijan province, iran. (22808387)
2010
15
The treatment and prevention of head lice infestation. (19999418)
2009
16
Seasonal fluctuations of head lice infestation in Germany. (19015879)
2009
17
Self-diagnosis of active head lice infestation by individuals from an impoverished community: high sensitivity and specificity. (18488093)
2008
18
Assessing a patient for lice infestation. (18580642)
2008
19
Changes in epidemiological patterns of sea lice infestation on farmed Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., in Scotland between 1996 and 2006. (18353017)
2008
20
Use of a formulation containing imidacloprid and moxidectin in the treatment of lice infestation in guinea pigs. (18477336)
2008
21
An overview of head lice infestation in neurosurgical patients. (18026036)
2007
22
A downturn in the incidence of head lice infestation? (17550575)
2007
23
Correct diagnosis of current head lice infestation made by affected individuals from a hyperendemic area. (17184249)
2006
24
Lice infestation and lice control remedies in the Ukraine. (17114740)
2006
25
Prevalence and associated factors of head lice infestation among primary schoolchildren in Kelantan, Malaysia. (17120976)
2006
26
The prevalence of head lice infestation in school children in izmir, Turkey. (16060882)
2005
27
American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for the prevention and treatment of head lice infestation. (15515631)
2004
28
Relationship between lice infestation and leather damage in cattle. (12974336)
2003
29
A longitudinal study of a natural lice infestation in growing cattle over two winter periods. (14519329)
2003
30
A longitudinal study of a natural lice infestation in growing cattle over two winter periods. (12623210)
2003
31
A survey on head lice infestation in Korea (2001) and the therapeutic efficacy of oral trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole adding to lindane shampoo. (12666731)
2003
32
Field trials in Norway with SLICE (0.2% emamectin benzoate) for the oral treatment of sea lice infestation in farmed Atlantic salmon Salmo salar. (12152902)
2002
33
Head lice infestation: single drug versus combination therapy. (11731678)
2001
34
Head lice infestation: bug busting vs. traditional treatment. (11822849)
2001
35
Eradication of ectoparasites in children. How to treat infestations of lice, scabies, and chiggers. (11467042)
2001
36
Head lice infestation: single drug versus combination therapy with one percent permethrin and trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole. (11230611)
2001
37
Scabies and head-lice infestations in different environmental conditions of Lower Silesia, Poland. (10701586)
2000
38
First use in North America of azamethiphos to treat Atlantic salmon for sea lice infestation: procedures and efficacy. (8896875)
1996
39
Clinical observations related to head lice infestation. (1918461)
1991
40
Lice infestation. (1868742)
1991
41
Head lice infestation in some urban localities of NWFP, Pakistan. (2619367)
1989
42
Epidemiology of head lice infestation in school children at Peshawar, Pakistan. (3204648)
1988
43
Evaluation of an intervention program for head lice infestation in school children. (3357714)
1988
44
Pilot study of the prevalence of head lice infestation in a population of Saudi Arabian children. (3609553)
1987
45
The effect of lice infestation on the growth of Hereford calves. (7138434)
1982
46
Head lice infestation and pedodontic practice. (6456283)
1981
47
Treatment of public lice infestation: a comparison of two agents. (6160020)
1980
48
Head lice infestation--a practical approach. (585106)
1977
49
Treatment of head lice infestation with benzyl benzoate and pyrethrum. (1224221)
1975
50
A case of lice infestation. (5461336)
1970

Genetic Variations for Lice Infestation

Expression for genes affiliated with Lice Infestation

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