Brucellosis

This infection is produced by micro-organisms of the genus Brucella, and is transmitted by exposure to or ingestion of contaminated animal products, especially unpasteurized milk products, or contact with infected animal tissues. The incubation period is from 7 to 21 days. Onset can be insidious, since it mimics other more common illnesses, with low fever, fatigue, and sweating, but 10 to 20 per cent of cases present with splenomegaly. The psychiatric manifestations of the disease can include depressive or anxious syndromes. Diagnosis can be confirmed by blood or lymph cultures or bone marrow biopsy, although the majority of diagnoses are made serologically.

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Break Free From Passive Aggression

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