10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ORNITHOSES»
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Schaechter's Mechanisms of Microbial Disease
Ornithoses, chlamydial, 295,, 735t. See also Chlamydial infections; Zoonoses
Oropharynx abscess of, 693 anatomy of, 694f Oroya fever, 287–291, 289t
Orthopoxviruses, 568 Oseltamivir, for influenza, 460 Osteomyelitis, 662–667
Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine
... 210 UKT phone no 667 Organic reaction acute/delirium 488 chronic/dementia
490,492,493 Organisms, classes 374–6 Organophosphates 855 Orienta typhus
435 Oriental sore 439 Orion 2 Orlistat 237 Ornithoses 162 Orthomyxovirus 376, ...
J. Murray Longmore, Murray Longmore, Ian Wilkinson, 2010
The Daschner Guide to In-Hospital Antibiotic Therapy: ...
Order numerous cultures (anaerobes, fungi, TB) and serologic investigations (
rickettsiae, ornithoses, syphilis, viruses) Peritonitis Most Frequent Pathogens: a)
Primary, spontaneously bacterial: enterobacteria (60%), pneumococci (15%), ...
Uwe Frank, Evelina Tacconelli, 2012
Crash Course General Medicine
Contact with animals, both domestic and wild, which may suggest zoonoses, e.g.
leptospirosis, Q fever (coxiellosis), salmonellosis, cat-scratch disease (
bartonellosis), psittacoses and ornithoses, toxoplasmosis, hydatid disease,
Oliver Leach, Gijsbert Isaac van Boxel, 2013
Ornithoses pneumonia with special references to roentgenological lung findings.
Acta Med. Scand., 171, 349–356. Sullivan, R. J. Jr., Dowdle, W. R., & Marine,
W. M. (1972). Adult pneumonia in a general hospital: etiology and host risk
The Challenge of Epidemiology: Issues and Selected Readings
... plague), lymphocytic choriomeningitis, equine encephalomyelitis, tick-borne
rickettsioses, desert-type cutaneous leishmaniasis, listerellosis, erysipeloid,
hemorrhagic fevers, nephroso-nephritis, and apparently brucellosis, rabies,
Chembers 21 Century Dictionary
19c: from Greek rhynchos snout. ornithosis /aim'Ooosis/ e» noun (ornithoses /-si:z
/ , fOT/ro/ PSITTACOSIS, especially as transmitted to humans. © 1930s. orogen /'
Droodsen/ >• noun, geol a usually elongated region of the Earth's crust which ...
... and leads to blindness, and the venereal disease lymphogranuloma venereum
. In both cases transmission is by contact. C. psittaci is the causative agent of
ornithoses, the best known of which is a psittacosis, a feverish pneumonia ...
Hans Günter Schlegel, C. Zaborosch, 1993
Contact with animals (zoonoses): (e.g. leptospirosis, Q fever, salmonellosis, cat-
scratch fever, psittacoses and ornithoses, toxoplasmosis, hydatid disease,
toxocariasis, meningitis, anthrax). Contact with infected people. Sexual history
and any ...
Robert Parker, Asheesh Sharma, 2008
Women & men in the prehispanic Southwest: labor, power & ...
In the Southwest, the turkey (domesticated by at least a.d. 200 during the
Basketmaker II period at Canyon de Chelly) might have been a source of
ornithoses, shigella, and salmonella (Kunitz and Euler 1972). Ectoparasites such
as head lice ...