Scrub Typhus and Myocarditis: A Rare Complication

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Mahesh Dave
Nagaraja T
Manasvin Sareen
Ravi Kumar
Ramgopal Saini
Ranjana Veerwal


Scrub typhus, also called bush typhus, is a zoonotic disease a Gram-negative bacterium. Its presentation may range from nonspecific febrile illness to severe disease, with cardiovascular, renal, hepatic and neurological involvement. Myocarditis is one of the rare complications of scrub typhus. Hence, we are reporting a case of a 50-year-old male, farmer by occupation, presenting to us in multiorgan dysfunction syndrome who developed myocarditis during second week of his illness.

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Mahesh Dave, Nagaraja T, Manasvin Sareen, Ravi Kumar, Ramgopal Saini, & Ranjana Veerwal. (2022). Scrub Typhus and Myocarditis: A Rare Complication. Indian Journal Of Clinical Practice, 32(10), 35–37. Retrieved from
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