Difference between revisions of "Zoonoses"

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:- ''[[Escherichia spp]]''
 
:- ''[[Escherichia spp]]''
 
:- ''[[Fusobacterium spp|Fusobacterium canifelinum]]''
 
:- ''[[Fusobacterium spp|Fusobacterium canifelinum]]''
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:- ''[[Haemophilus spp|Haemophilus influenzae]]''
 
:- ''[[Helicobacter spp]]''
 
:- ''[[Helicobacter spp]]''
 
:- ''[[Leptospira spp]]''
 
:- ''[[Leptospira spp]]''

Revision as of 22:12, 14 October 2012

Defined as diseases which are transmitted from dogs to humans, zoonoses are relatively common and important diseases in veterinary medicine.

A list of some agents involved in canine zoonoses include:

- Trichuris spp
- Leishmania spp
- Linguatula spp
- Anaerobiospirillum spp
- Anaplasma spp
- Arcobacter spp
- Blastomyces spp
- Borrelia spp
- Campylobacter spp
- Chlamydophila spp
- Coxiella burnetti
- Ehrlichia spp
- Escherichia spp
- Fusobacterium canifelinum
- Haemophilus influenzae
- Helicobacter spp
- Leptospira spp
- Prevotella spp
- Staphylococcus spp
- Microsporum spp
- Trichophyton spp
- Fusarium spp
  • Miscellaneous
- Systemic lupus erythematosus