Reportable Communicable Diseases

Jane H. Brice

Acquired. Immunodeficiency. SyndromeJAID.S)

Anthrax

Botulism

Brucellosis

Chancroid Cholera

Coccidioidomycosis

Cryptosporidiosis Diphtheria

Encephalitis, Arboviral

Gonorrhea

Hansen's „Di.s.e.as.e...(.L.E..P.RO.S.Y) Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome Hemolytic-Uremic. Syndrome, Postdiarrheal Hepatitis

Perinatal Hepatitis B HIV Infection,Pediatric Leqionellosis Lyme Disease Malaria

Measles. .(Rubeola)

.Meningococcal Disease

Mumps

Pertussis

Plague

Pol.iomyelitis,...Para.lyt.ic Psittacosis Rabies,Animal Rabies,Human

Rpcky.Mounta.in. S.pott.ed.Feve.r Rubella

Rubella,. Conqenit.al..Syndrome

Salmonellosis

Shigellosis

Streptococcal.. Disease,. Invasive, ..Group. .a Streptococcal.. Toxic. ShockSyndrome Syphilis

Syphili.S,,.„Conqenita| Tetanus

ToxicShock .Syndrome

Trichinosis

Tuberculosis

Typhoid .Fever YejiowFever Chapter. References

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta publishes a list of reportable communicable diseases that is updated and revised routinely. The most recent update as of this writing (1997) includes 52 nationally reportable diseases and is summarized in Table. . . . .14Z-.1.1 The requirement to report these diseases is mandated by state or territory laws and regulations, and therefore, the list differs for each state or territory.

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