Q Fever in photos

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Cross section of coxiella burneti.

Photo 1. Cross section of coxiella burneti.

Q fever due to Coxiella burned of ruminants is cosmopolitan. It may be spread to man by ticks, but is mainly acquired by direct contact with milk, (x 570000)

Murine typhus may be acquired when rickettsia-infected rodents harboured in deserted farmhouses, transmit infection by their fleas to newcomers who, for examples, utilise such buildings as holiday homes.

 

 


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