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929 Possible Causes for Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD), Veterinarian

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  • Toxoplasmosis

    Determination of antigen and antibody levels will help your veterinarian make the confirmatory diagnosis.[] Clindamycin does not have the high incidence of side effects veterinarians see using pyrimethamine.[] Veterinarians are frequently asked to test a cat that belongs to a pregnant woman for toxoplasmosis.[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Salmonella Infection

    Pediatricians, veterinarians, and pet store owners should inform their patients and customers of the potential risks of owning reptiles and provide appropriate preventive[] In 1999, the National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians and the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists recommended that state and local agencies adopt[] Pet-store owners, health-care providers, and veterinarians should provide information and prevention messages about salmonellosis to owners and potential purchasers of reptiles[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Pulmonary Tuberculosis

    Pulmonary tuberculosis can be confirmed by positive bacteriology of sputum, bronchial aspirate or by biopsies (microscopy and/ or culture) or by histopathological examination highlighting specific tuberculous granulomas. When microscopy is repeatedly negative during noninvasive methods, lung biopsy by thoracoscopy is[…][]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Brucellosis

    In endemic areas, certain occupations such as veterinarians, butchers, and slaughterhouse workers are considered high risk regarding brucellosis.[] A total of 1050 sera samples were collected from animal handlers, veterinarians, veterinary students, para-veterinarians and persons engaged in artificial insemination of[] Contamination of skin wounds may be a problem for persons working in slaughterhouses or meat packing plants or for veterinarians.[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Leptospirosis

    If you have any questions regarding the vaccine, contact your equine veterinarian.[] If you think your pet may have leptospirosis, contact your veterinarian immediately.[] In addition to their involvement in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of leptospirosis in animals, veterinarians serve an important role in public health by providing[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Q Fever

    The overall seroprevalence was 45.4%, but it increased to 58.3% among veterinarians having contact with livestock.[] Responses from 890 veterinarians and 852 veterinary nurses were obtained.[] The veterinarian will also collect a tissue sample (e.g., from the placenta) and refrigerate it for later use as an inoculator.[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Listeriosis

    Most cases follow direct inoculation of the skin in veterinarians or farmers who have exposure to animal products of conception.[] This infection occurs after direct exposure to L. monocytogenes by intact skin and is largely confined to veterinarians who are handling diseased animals, most often after[] Individuals who have occupational exposure to such animals (i.e., farmers, veterinarians, slaughterhouse workers, and fish handlers) are at risk.[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Marburg Virus Disease

    Veterinarians and laboratory or quarantine facility workers who handle non-human primates from Africa may also be at increased risk of exposure to MVD.[] Veterinarians may also be at higher risk if they are exposed to African monkeys.[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis

    I’m sitting in my usual study spot, at my favorite cafe, composing my final post for Merck Manuals Vet Student Stories as a student veterinarian.[] Persons who no longer wish to keep their pet rodent should consult a veterinarian.[] Do not kiss pet rodents or hold them close to your face.Rodent owners who no longer wish to keep their pet should consult a veterinarian.[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)
  • Psittacosis

    Here we describe an epidemiological investigation conducted by physicians and veterinarians after a reported case of psittacosis.[] […] on AC (also known as psittacosis, ornithosis, and parrot fever) and psittacosis (also known as parrot disease, parrot fever, and chlamydiosis) to public health officials, veterinarians[] This compendium provides information about psittacosis and AC to public health officials, physicians, veterinarians, the pet bird industry, and others concerned about controlling[]

    Missing: Progressive Microcephaly (up to 9 SD)

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