q fever outbreaks in poland during 2005-2011.q fever is a health problem affecting humans and animals worldwide. in poland, previous studies have pointed to 2 sources of outbreaks of the disease: the importation of infected animals and their products, and natural domestic foci. in the last decade, 5 outbreaks have occurred in cattle farms in south poland in malopolskie, podkarpackie, opolskie, and silesian provinces. the aim of this study was to characterize the q fever foci in poland.201324284912
[occurrence of infections with c burnetii (q fever) in persons from increased risk groups in poland--serological survey and evaluation of studied methods].during years 1988-1991 at regional sanitary and epidemiological stations in białystok, kielce, lublin, leszno, piotrków trybunalski, lódź, poznań, plock, opole, sanok, skierniewice and zielona góra--serological studies in persons amenable to compulsory check-up against brucellosis were performed for detection of infections with c. burnetii. in whole, 20651 persons were investigated on the polish territory and it was found that in 22.8% antibodies against antigens of c. burnetii are present. perc ...19921305919
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