virus (LCMV), as the name indicates, LCMV is a viral zoonotic disease.
Pet rodents and fatal lymphocytic choriomeningitis
in transplant patients.
Ksiazek, "Lymphocytic choriomeningitis
virus: an underdiagnosed cause of congenital chorioretinitis," American Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
psittaci Birds Listeria Amphibians Tularemia Mammals (especially rabbits) Leptospirosis Mammals Campylobacter Reptiles Enterobacter Reptiles Streptobacillus Mammals Pasterurella Mammals, birds Colibacilla Birds Yersinia pestis Mammals (rodents and fleas) Tuberculosis Mammals, birds Staphylococcus Mammals, birds Viral LCM (lymphocytic choriomeningitis
) Mammals Rabies Mammals (rarely reported in birds of prey) Monkey Pox Potentially any mammal Yeast Candida Reptiles Fungal Dermatophytes (ringworm) Mammals Cryptococcus Birds Protozoan Giardia All species potential Coccidia All species potential
It was suspected the company's rodents had the virus lymphocytic choriomeningitis
(LCMV), which could cause flu-like symptoms or worse.
Observing good hygiene practices and environmental modifications can reduce the risk of infection from lymphocytic choriomeningitis
virus from rodents, both pet and wild, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has advised.
Her organs were cleared for infectious diseases but not for lymphocytic choriomeningitis
virus - an infection picked up from a hamster she bought three weeks before her death.
It was determined presence of specific antibodies against murine viruses: Pneumonia (PVM), Sendai, Lymphocytic choriomeningitis
(LCM), Hepatitis (MHV), Minute (MVM) and Reovirus-3 (Reo3).
Other arenaviruses include Lassa fever and lymphocytic choriomeningitis
Epidemiology of lymphocytic choriomeningitis
in a mouse stock observed for four years.
Biron of Brown University in Providence, R.I., found that administering the molecule to mice controls infection with cytomegalovirus and lymphocytic choriomeningitis
"In addition, plague, murine typhus fever, leptospirosis, rat-bite fever, trichinosis, food poisoning, rickettsial pox, lymphocytic choriomeningitis
, and rabies can be transmitted by rats and mice, while malaria, yellow fever, dengue, mosquito-borne encephalitis, and filariasis can be transmitted by mosquitoes."