A bacterial disease as a result of a cat scrape oftentimes seen today in people who have HIV. The condition characteristically presents with bloated lymph nodes (lymphadenitis), throat pain, exhaustion, and temperature, chills, sweats, vomiting, loss in appetite, and fat loss. There is certainly often slightly bump (a papule) which might be pus-filled (a pustule) on site of scratch. Then even more nodules show up on and under the epidermis. Due to the fact quantity of nodules increases, patients have sicker.