[the most frequent infectious causes of abortion in sheep in north bavaria with special reference to chlamydia and salmonella infections].between 1980 and 1987 1153 ovine fetuses and placentas were examined after abortion. in 68.5% of the cases a cause of abortion could be diagnosed as follows: 43.5% chlamydia psittaci var. ovis, 10.7% salmonella abortus ovis, 3.7% coxiella burnetii, 3.3% listeria monocytogenes and 0.4% campylobacter fetus intestinalis. hemolyzing escherichia coli and streptococci, yersinia pseudotuberculosis, salmonella typhimurium, salmonella enteritidis, corynebacterium pyogenes and other facultative pathogens ...19892503908
high seroprevalence of coxiella burnetii antibodies in veterinarians associated with cattle obstetrics, bavaria, 2009.q fever is a zoonosis caused by coxiella burnetii. infection can result in severe disease. however, little is known about the risk of infection in veterinarians. in a cross-sectional study among german veterinarians, participants provided sera and completed an exposure questionnaire. we investigated predictors for seropositivity using multivariable logistic regression modelling. the 424 participants' median age was 40 (18-74) years, and 276 (65%) were female. sera of 162 (38%) were positive for ...201222607080
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