yersiniosis


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yer·sin·i·o·sis

 (yər-sĭn′ē-ō′sĭs)
n.
An intestinal disease with symptoms resembling those of appendicitis, occurring chiefly in children and young adults and caused by a species of yersinia (Yersinia enterocolitica) that infects humans and animals.

yersiniosis

(ˌjɜːsɪnɪˈəʊsɪs)
n
(Medicine) an infectious disease marked by abdominal pain, diarrhoea, and fever
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After campylobacteriosis and salmonellosis, yersiniosis ranks third most common among the notifiable bacterial zoonoses in the European Union (1,2).
enterocolitica is the major causative agent of yersiniosis worldwide and is typically transmitted via the fecal-oral route to humans and animals.
Yersiniosis I: microbiological and clinicoepidemiological aspects of plague and non-plague Yersinia infections.
We have conducted the epizootological and epidemic statistical analysis of the prevalence of the emergent pathogens amongst animals and people all over Kazakhstan during 2012-2014 and this analysis certifies the annual broad dissemination of emergent infections (salmonellosis, colibacillosis, listeriosis, yersiniosis, clostridiosis, etc.
Yersiniosis also causes caseous mesenteric lymphadenitis (Jubb et al.
Erythema nodosum can accompany arthritis in patients with sarcoidosis (13), histoplasmosis (14), coccidiomycosis (15), yersiniosis (16), and Chlamydia pneumonia (17).
pseudotuberculosis, are the most common causative agents of Yersiniosis, a self-limiting gastrointestinal disease which is transmitted via the faecal oral-route (1-3).
A suite of chapters then discuss specific vaccinations against vibriosis, furunculosis, photobacteriosis, enteric septicemia, yersiniosis, streptococcosis and lactococcosis, piscirickettsiosis, bacterial kidney disease, Flavobacteriaceae, viral hemorrhagic septicemia and necrosis, infectious pancreatic necrosis, infectious salmon anemia, koi herpesvirus disease, Salmonid alphavirus, and Betanodavirus.
To our knowledge, this is the first case of yersiniosis to be reported in Puerto Rico.
33) Campylobacteriosis 58 Zoonotic tuberculosis 54 Western equine encephalitis 52 Flea- and lice-borne typhus 48 Yersiniosis 43 Cysticercosis 43 Trypanosomiasis (Chagas) 39 Yellow fever 36 Low-priority value Echinococcosis 32 (from percentile 0.
enterocolitica is most often associated with yersiniosis.
La ERM tambien ha sido referida como Yersiniosis ya que no siempre los peces afectados presentan las caracteristicas areas enrojecidas de la boca (Frerichs et al.