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Around cats

By E. J. C. Goldstein, C. E. Greene, D. Schlossberg

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This chapter focuses on diseases transmitted from cats to humans. The diseases transmitted by inhalation (bordetellosis, plague and Q fever), vectors (ehrlichiosis, anaplasmosis, cat scratch disease, bacillary angiomatosis, flea-borne spotted fever, murine typhus and leishmaniasis), faecal-oral route (campylobacteriosis, helicobacteriosis, cryptosporidiosis, toxoplasmosis, salmonellosis, Anaerobiospirillum diarrhoea, Yersinia pseudotuberculosis gastroenteritis, toxocariasis, opisthorchiasis and dipylidiasis), bite, scratch or puncture (rabies, Erysipelothrix infection, anthrax, Pasteurella multocida infection, mixed aerobic and anaerobic bacterial infections, sporotrichosis, feline orthopox and tularaemia), soil exposure (histoplasmosis), direct contact (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, dermatophilosis, scabies, Cheyletiella infestation and dermatophytosis) and uncertain route (hepatitis E). Practical tips are given.

Pages 153-171
ISBN/ISSN 978-1-55581-484-7
Publisher ASM Press
Language English
Author Address R. M. Alden Research Laboratory, Santa Monica, CA 90404, USA.
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  1. Animals
  2. Arthropods
  3. Astigmata
  4. Bacteria
  5. Bacterial infections and mycoses
  6. Bites and stings
  7. Carnivores
  8. Cat diseases
  9. Cats
  10. Dermatitis
  11. Diarrhea
  12. Diseases
  13. DNA virus infections
  14. Fungi
  15. Gastroenteritis
  16. Hosts
  17. Humans
  18. Infections
  19. Infectious diseases
  20. Invertebrates
  21. Leishmania
  22. Mammals
  23. Men
  24. Mites
  25. Mycoses
  26. nematodes
  27. Parasites
  28. Parasitic diseases
  29. pathogens
  30. Pests.
  31. Pets and companion animals
  32. plague
  33. Primates
  34. prokaryotes
  35. Protozoa
  36. Rabies
  37. RNA
  38. roundworm
  39. Salmonella
  40. scabies
  41. soil
  42. spiders
  43. tapeworms
  44. Tick-borne diseases
  45. toxoplasmosis
  46. vaccination
  47. Vascular diseases
  48. vectors
  49. vertebrates
  50. Virus diseases
  51. Zoonoses