Infectious Diseases

An infectious disease can be defined as a syndrome caused by a pathogen or its noxious product, which is the result of transmission from an infected person, infected animal or inanimate object. Contaminating the susceptible host. An infectious disease, also known as an infectious disease, or an infectious disease, is a disease caused by the infection, presence, and growth of pathogenic (potentially pathogenic) biological agents in humans or a specific host. Body. Bubonic and pneumonic plagues are the most notorious infectious diseases.

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