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Goats, cows and pigs are the most common animal reservoirs of infection with Brucella abortus, Brucellosis melitensis and Brucellosis suis. Infection is acquired by drinking raw milk or milk products.
Temperature chart. The typical fever is remittent and undulating. Moderate leucopenia and splenomegaly are usual. A sharp drop of one or more degrees somewhere in the course is common and is a useful differential feature. In some areas the fever is atypical.
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