Health officials United States Investigating the most recent local case of a stranger Tropical disease This is common in South Asia.
An unidentified man who died last month in the state of Georgia, the fourth case Melliotosis In the United States this year, the disease is caused by bacteria that live in soil and water Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
None of the cases identified in Georgia, Kansas, Minnesota or Texas traveled abroad, which confused experts. The CDC said two of them were dead.
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Officials have issued health warnings to recent doctors to consider the possibility of melioidosis if they find a picture of a bacterial infection that does not respond to antibiotics, even if the patient has not traveled outside the country.
The CDC states that infections can be treated if they are diagnosed and treated in a timely manner.
The company noted that although the disease is diagnosed in different states and on different dates, laboratory tests indicate that infections are closely related.
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