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Related to brucellosis: Brucella, bovine brucellosis
  • noun

Synonyms for brucellosis

infectious bacterial disease of human beings transmitted by contact with infected animals or infected meat or milk products

an infectious disease of domestic animals often resulting in spontaneous abortion

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Perhaps the most unpleasant surprise" came in August, when brucellosis in sheep and goats has been found in one town and five villages in Kyustendil district in southwest Bulgaria, and in a village in Pleven district in central north Bulgaria, leading to the infection of 40 people, Likov said.
In view of patient's history of Brucella, a possible relapse of Brucellosis in the form of testicular abscesses was proposed.
Brucellosis is one of the dangerous diseases found both in human and animals and inflicts heavy losses upon the country's livestock industry.
A literature review of laboratory-acquired brucellosis.
The EU has recently declared Cyprus free of Brucellosis.
Brucellosis is a zoonotic disease which is endemic in our country and can potentially involve all organs and systems, though it most commonly affects the musculoskeletal system.
4) What about the epidemic characteristics of foot-and-mouth disease, anthrax, brucellosis and mastitis in China?
facts and information," defined Brucellosis and ways of preventing it.
Brucellosis is a systemic infectious disease caused by Gram-negative bacilli of the genus Brucella.
At least 27 students and one teacher were earlier infected with brucellosis, an infectious disease, which could lead to incapacitation and permanent damage of central nervous system, the China Daily reports.
Accordingly, no association could be established between polymorphism in SLC11A1 gene and the incidences of brucellosis.
CATTLE farmers are being urged to report all abortions, especially among cows that have been imported from countries affected by bovine brucellosis.
Brucellosis is among the rare causes of secondary HLH, in which hematological alterations are common and pancytopenia is observed in 6% of patients (6).