each of these types have symptoms
Gatrointestinal: is when you eat something and it gets inside you the symptoms are:
nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain headache loss of appetite, fever, severe bloody diarrhea, sore throat and a swollen neck.
Inhalation: is when you inhale the disease such as through air the symptoms are: flu- like symptoms, mild chest discomfort, shortness of breath, nausea, coughing up blood, painful swallowing, high fever, trouble breathing, shock, and meningitis
Injection: is when the disease gets injected into you the symptoms are: redness at area of injection, swelling, shock, multiple organ failure, and meningitis
Cutaneous: is when the disease enters through a cut the symptoms are: Itchy bump with painless black sore, and swelling in the sore and nearby lymph glands.
Meningitis is a similar disease because they have similar symptoms
How is disease treated or cured
Organ/ organ systems affected
- Respiratory System
- Digestive System
- If you are in the military and deployed to an area with high exposure
- Work with anthrax in a lab
- Handle animal skins
- work with veterinary medicine
- handle or dress game animals
- inject illegal drugs such as heroin
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