2021, Vol. 8 Issue 2, Part A
An overview of brucellosis in cattle and human
Author(s): Sudhanshu Pratap Singh, Prakrutik Prafulchandra Bhavsar, Maitri Bahvsar and Nitu Sourya
Abstract: Bacteria of the genus Brucella cause brucellosis, one of the world’s neglected zoonotic diseases. The infection of the disease cause lifetime sterility in human beings. In recent time, there is an in-infection rates between and within the species. Lacking in the resources, poor management and lack of awareness are major factors in the spread of the disease. Abortion in the last trimester is a predominant sign, of the disease in cattle. Besides this, reduced milk yield and high temperature is also observed in the affected animals, while in humans it is characterized by undulant fever, general malaise, and arthritis. While the clinical picture of brucellosis in humans and cattle is not clear and often misleading. In this review, several aspects of management, diagnosis, control, treatment, and preventive aspects are reviewed.
Pages: 10-13 | 41 Views 8 Downloads
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Sudhanshu Pratap Singh, Prakrutik Prafulchandra Bhavsar, Maitri Bahvsar, Nitu Sourya. An overview of brucellosis in cattle and human. Int J Fauna Biol Stud 2021;8(2):10-13.