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Ebola Haemorrhagic Fever - Ebola virus infection is systemic, it attacks every organ and tissue of the human body except the bones and skeletal muscles. It is marked by blood clotting and hemorrhaging. They release proteins that dampen down the immune system response.
They multiply in collagen. Collagen is the tissue that helps to keep the organs in place. The tissue is basically digested by this virus.
The virus causes small blood clots to form in the bloodstream of the patient which slow downs flow. Blood clots get stuck into blood vessels forming red spots on the patient skin. These grow in size as the disease progress. Further these blood clots does not allow a proper blood supply to many organs such as the liver, brain, lungs, kidneys, intestines, breast tissue, testicles, etc.