From Mycoplasma Literature and Offical Studies: Human diseases and conditions that are caused by mycoplasmas

Human diseases and conditions that are caused by mycoplasmas

NOTE: The following is reprinted with permission from The Common Cause Foundation and appeared in the Winter 2003 edition of The Journal of Degenerative Diseases, Volume 5, No. 1:
  

Human diseases and conditions that are caused by mycoplasmas, or where mycoplasmas are a key co-factor therein:

AIDS ([1 ch 3], 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 13, 21, 22, [51 p 4-12]), ARC (7), Arthritis (1, 16, 17, 21, 31), Alzheimerís (7, 14), asthma (13, 14, 16, 31), ALS (13, 14, 50), adrenal failure (7), acute stem cell leukemia (33), abnormal liver function (31), acute glomerulonephritis (31), acute psychosis (17), aggressive cancers (14), arterial sclerosis (51), apoptosis (22), altered lymphcyte responses (5), autoimmune reaction (27, 36), abscess (29), ascending paralysis (31), arthalgias (7, 31), anklosing spondylitis (54), Bullous myringitis (17, 24, 29), brain stem encephalitis (31, 41), Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (7, 9, 13, 14, 21, 50, [51 p 4-12], 55), Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (38), cardiac complications (1 p. 421), collagen vascular disease (7 47, 56), Creuzfeldt-Jakob (51 p.12),congestive heart failure (31), Crohnís (14, 21), conjunctivitis (7, 17, 31), chromosome aberrations (21, 30, 49), cerebellar ataxia (31), central nervous system disease (1, 7, 17,21), CNS in infants (25, 31), chronic cystitis (1 ch 25, p. 431), cardio vascular disease (14, 21), confusion (7), CSF infection (25), congenital pneumonia (23), chronic bronchitis (31), chronic pulmonary disease (31), cranial nerve palsies (31), chorioamnionitis (31), cervical adenopathy (40), Diabetes mellitus (14, 50), dysplasia (18), death ([1 ch 27 p465], [1 ch 32 p539], 17, 31), Endometriosis (1 ch 25 p 431), erythematous macul papular and vesicular exanthemas (21, 31), endocarditis (13, 50), epididymitis ([1 ch 25 430], 31)erytherma nodosum (17), erytherma multiforma minor (17), Fibromyalgia (9, 13, 14, [51 p 35-36], 55), facial neuropathy (51 p 19-26), Gulf War Illness (13, 14, 21, 50, [51 p 4-12]), Guillain Barre (17, 31), Graves Disease (13, 15), glomerulosclerosis (7), gangrene (31), gastrointestinal symptoms ([1 p421],31), Huntingtonís (51), Hashimotoís thyroiditis (15), hemolytic anemia (17, 31), hemiplegia (1), heart failure (7), hypercalcemia (7), hemopericardium (31),hypogammaglobulinemia (1 ch 25 pp 421, 427, 431), hepatitis (31), hydrocephalus ([1 ch 25 p431], 25), hypoxemia (31), hemogluinuria (31), hyercoagulability (31), Inflammatory bowel disease (13, 14, 46), infertility ([1 p426], 19, 31, 32, 56), immune system damage (6, 21), interstitial cystitis (14), intravascular co-agulation (31, 50), idiopathic Thrombocytopenia purpura (33), joint infection (1 ch 25 p427), juvenile chronic arthritis (54), Kawasaki (15), Kibuchiís Disease (7), kidney stones (20), lupus (7, 12, 13, 14, 15, 29, 39, 51, 52, 56), low birth weight ([1 ch 25 p431], 56), leukemia ([1 ch 29 p 498], 14, 21, 28, 33, 34, 35, 38), lymphoma (14), liver (21, 7), lung abscess (38), lympho sarcoma (38), lymphadenopathy (7), leukopenia (3), lymphopenia (3), Meningo encephalitis (17, 31) myocarditis (13, 16, 31, 50), malignant transformation (21), multiple sclerosis (13, 14, 15, 50),multiple organ failure (50), meningitis ([1 ch 25 p 427 & 431], 16, 31), myalgia (7, 31), macular rashes (31), morDaleiform rashes (31), Nongonccal urethritis ([1 ch 25 p428], 26, 29, 31), non-Hodgkinís lymphoma (21), nervous system infection of neonates (1 ch 25 p 431), neural lesions (31, 41), neo-natal morbidity (56), nasal polyps (45), neurological complications (1 ch 25 p 421), Oncogenic transformation (49), otitis medial ([1 ch 25 p 421], 17), otitis externa (17), primary atypical pneumonia (([1 ch 25 p 428], 7, 13, 14, 16, 17, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 36, 40), pelvic inflammatory disease ([1 ch 25 p 426], 14, 31), pancreatitis (31), psychosis (31) Pharyngitis ([1 ch 25 p 421], 17, 21, 27, 29, 40), pyelonephritis ([1 ch 25 p 426], 31), post partum fever (31), proteinuria (7), pityriasis rosea (31), psoriatic arthyritis (54), Parkinsonís disease (51), polyarteritis of brain and heart (31), prostatitis ([1 ch 25 p 430], 26, 31), polyarthritis ([1 ch 25 p 427 & 431], 31), pericarditis (13, 31, 50), psoriasis (14, 51), pleural effusion (31), peteceal rashes, papulo vesicular rashes (31), esrpiratory distress syndrome ([1 ch 25 p 427 & 537], 31, 50), rheumatoid arthritis ([1 ch 25 p 435, ch 29 p 498], 12, 13, 14, 21, 29, 39, 53, 54, 56), Reiterís([1 ch 25 p 431], 29, 31, 39), rhewumatic fever (17), respiratory disease in newborns ([1 ch 25 p 431], 23), renal failure (7, 31), red blood cell alteration (27, 42), Raynaudís disease (31, 51), reactive arthritis (54), Sarcoidosis (7, 51), Sjogrenís Syndrome (14, 15), scleroderma (11, 12, 14), Stevenís Johnson Syndrome (17, 31, 51), spontaneous abortion ([1 ch 25 p 431], 28, 31), suppurative arthritis (1 ch 25 p 427 & 431), septicemia ([1 ch 25 p 421 & 427], 29), solid cancers(14), Swyer Jones Syndrome (31), subcutaneous abscess ([1 ch 25 p 431], 31), stillbirth ([1 ch 25 p 431], 23, 31), scaly erythema (31), submandublar adenitis (3), transverse myelitis (10, 31), tracheo bronchitis (1 ch 25 p 418 & 421, 17, 21, 23, 27, 36), thrombocytopenia (8, 31), ulcerative stomatitis (31, 46), urethritis (26), uriticaria (1), vaginitis (1 ch 25 p 426), Varicella-like rashes (31), vasculitis (14), Wagenerís (7).

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