pseudotuberculosis at the zoological society of london (1981 to 1987) 19912028568
zoonoses and other findings in hedgehogs (erinaceus europaeus): a survey of mortality and review of the literature.a survey of mortality in hedgehogs (erinaceus europaeus) was carried out between july 1976 and november 1986. most were from norfolk. of the 74 examined, 35 (47.3 per cent) were road casualties, one of which yielded salmonella typhimurium phage type (pt) 104. of the remaining 39, 13 (33.3 per cent) had salmonellosis due to s enteritidis pt 11. this organism, which appears to be common and widespread in hedgehogs in england was found in 10 separate incidents. the only other zoonosis was ringworm ...19912035215
yersinia pseudotuberculosis infection as a cause of reactive arthritis as seen in a genitourinary clinic: case report. 19902179118
post-yersinial arthritis in cleveland, england.four cases of post-yersinial reactive arthritis are described. all patients presented with an acute lower limb arthropathy with features of an associated enthesopathy. two patients had restriction of axial skeletal movements. systemic features were prominent in three, including weight loss and malaise. mean age of onset was 34 years. three patients gave a history of antecedent diarrhoea within the previous month. three patients had raised titres to y enterocolitica type 0:3 (ranging from 1 in 32 ...19892930264
osteomyelitis in turkeys caused by yersinia pseudotuberculosis. 19725022504
an outbreak of yersinia pseudotuberculosis infection in a small indoor breeding colony of red-bellied (saguinus labiatus) tamarins.a spontaneous outbreak of yersiniosis caused by yersinia pseudotuberculosis serotype iib occurred in a small indoor breeding colony of red-bellied tamarins (saguinus labiatus) during the winter of 1981. of 35 monkeys at risk 6 died of an acute or subacute infection over a period of 23 days. clinical signs were anorexia, weakness, listlessness and depression. the disease was characterized by focal necrosis of the liver, spleen, mesenteric lymph nodes, ulcerative enteritis, and the presence of col ...19836431180
the eyam plague revisited: did the village isolation change transmission from fleas to pulmonary?back in the 17th century the derbyshire village of eyam fell victim to the black death, which is thought to have arrived from london in some old clothes brought by a travelling tailor. the village population was 350 at the commencement of plague, of which only 83 survived. led by the church leaders, the village community realized that the whole surrounding region was at risk from the epidemic, and therefore decided to seal themselves off from the other surrounding villages. in the first 275 days ...200415488668
wide variety of bioserotypes of enteropathogenic yersinia in tonsils of english pigs at slaughter.the tonsils of 630 pigs from 45 english farms using three different rearing methods (assured british pigs, open management and organic) were examined between 2003 and 2005 in order to investigate if the low incidence of human yersiniosis could be attributed to a low prevalence of enteropathogenic yersinia among english pigs. in addition, different isolation methods were compared, possible differences in prevalence among pigs were studied, as well as the prevalence of different bioserotypes of en ...201020206396
yersinia pseudotuberculosis as a cause of ocular disease in goats. 201020511658
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