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Yersinia Enterocolitica, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Yersinia Enterocolitica / About yersinia enterocolitica. General Information
Zoonoses, Primate Info Net
ZOONOSES ACQUIRED FROM PET PRIMATES/ Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice 17 (1) 219-240, 1987
Zoonoses, The Best of Budgerigar World
Zoonoses, Urban Pest Control Research Center
Common Household Pests [Index]
Zoonosis, Daniel Shapiro's Zoonosis Page
Daniel Shapiro's Zoonosis Page/ Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, Fish
Zoonosis, Texas Department of Health
Texas Department of Health: Zoonosis Control Division
Zoonotic Disease, Zoonotic Disease
Zoonotic Disease - things you can catch from your pet - or not/ Leptospirosis, Sporotrichnosis, Toxoplasmosis, Ticks, Toxoplasmosis, Earmites and People, Hepatitis, Everyone has Diarrhea, Zoonotic aspects of Giardia, Giardia, Rash after cat licked hand, Pet feces and children
Zoonotic Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Zoonotic Diseases / About zoonotic diseases. An Ounce Of Prevention Keeps The Germs Away, Preventing Infection From Pets, Recommendations For Veterinarians
Zoonotic Tuberculosis, Emerging Infectious Diseases
Zoonotic Tuberculosis due to Mycobacterium bovis in Developing Countries/ Emerging Infectious Diseases, vol.4 no.1 (1998), Abstract: The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that human tuberculosis (TB) incidence and deaths for 1990 to 1999 will be 88 million and 30 million, respectively, with most cases in developing countries. Zoonotic TB (caused by Mycobacterium bovis) is present in animals in most developing countries where surveillance and control activities are often inadequate or unavailable; therefore, many epidemiologic and public health aspects of infection remain largely unknown. We review available information on zoonotic TB in developing countries, analyze risk factors that may play a role in the disease, review recent WHO activities, and recommend actions to assess the magnitude of the problem and control the disease in humans and animals.
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