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Browse by Exposure: Chlamydophila psittaci (7 articles)

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Haag-Wackernagel D, Moch H
Health hazards posed by feral pigeons.
Journal of Infection. 48(4):307-13, 2004 May.
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Davis RG
The AbCs of bioterrorism for veterinarians, focusing on Category B and C agents.
J Am Vet Med Assoc 2004 Apr 1;224(7):1096-104.
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Reed KD, Meece JK, Henkel JS, Shukla SK
Birds, migration and emerging zoonoses: west nile virus, lyme disease, influenza A and enteropathogens.[comment]. [Review] [49 refs]
Clinical Medicine & Research. 1(1):5-12, 2003 Jan.
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Travnicek M, Cislakova L, Deptula W, Stosik M, Bhide MR
Wild pigeons and pheasants--a source of Chlamydophila psittaci for humans and animals.
Ann Agric Environ Med 2002;9(2):253-5.
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Andersen AA, Vanrompay D
Avian chlamydiosis.
Rev Sci Tech. 2000 Aug;19(2):396-404.
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Hinton DG, Shipley A, Galvin JW, Harkin JT, Brunton RA
Chlamydiosis in workers at a duck farm and processing plant.
Aust Vet J. 1993 May;70(5):174-6.
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Psittacotic pets.
Lancet 1972 Jul 8;2(7767):72.
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