10 Most Deadly Virus Infection

Posted by on October 27, 2010

1.HIV/AIDS
A virus that attacks the immune one, and until now no cure. Its Like waiting for death if you’ve infected by this virus.


2.Ebola, Hanta & Dengue Fever
This virus attacks the body’s third virus that spreads through blood with the victim.The virus is spread through animal feces and free air.

3.Rabies
Foaming at the mouth, difficulty swallowing, an insane fear of water, anger, delusions and hallucinations are indirectly impacted of this virus. Spread through the saliva of animals (usually through dog bites.) If the rabies virus attacks the nervous system is highly lethal if it has reached the brain

4. Invulnerability Bacteria
Is a mutation of the bacterial antibiotic that attacks the body’s immune system.

5.Naegleria (bacteria eaters Amoeba Brain Network)
This little amoeba that attacks the brain tissue in the body’s mark with seizures began, followed by a comma. Living in the warm waters of the United States enter the body through the nostrils.

6. Mad Cow Viruses
Mad cow disease, also known as bovine spongiform encephalopathy. Known as variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, transmitted through contaminated meat and cause some horrible degenerative neurological symptoms, including dementia, loss of nervous system and muscle control, and ultimately, death.

7. Leprosy
The disease, also known as Hansen’s disease, caused by Mycobacterium leprae, a bacterium that infects the peripheral nerves. Without the function of nerves to feel pain and temperature, the patient can often inadvertently injure themselves and opportunistic infections can take hold, sometimes causing loss of fingers or toes. For centuries, the disease is believed to be a curse. Stories abound about the terrifying symptoms such as skin turned into dead flesh and limbs are suddenly released.

8.Botulism
BT is the work of general soil bacterium Clostridium botulinum. Bacteria can be transmitted through food contaminated with bacteria or spores, or through open wounds. In one or two days, emerging neurological symptoms, including slurred speech, blurred vision and difficulty breathing. Muscles move more weak, reflex stop working, could be paralyzed limbs. Finally, the diaphragm and other breathing muscles stop working, causing death. Antitoxin and antibiotics to stop the progression of the disease.

9.Filariasis
Spread by mosquito bites, parasitic worm that causes elephantiasis, lodged in the lymph system, which controls the immune response and swelling of fluid retention to occur. The most common swelling in the legs, but can also occur on the arms, breasts or genitals, causing them to swell and deform to large sizes.

10.Polio
At the peak of the epidemic of polio in the 1950′s, there are more than 13,000 cases involving paralysis and 1,000 deaths each year from disease, many of them children around the world.

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