anthropozoonosis

an·thro·po·zo·o·no·sis

(an'thrō-pō-zō'ō-nō'sis),
A zoonosis maintained in nature by animals and transmissible to humans; for example, rabies, brucellosis. Compare: zooanthroponosis, amphixenosis.
[anthropo- + G. zōon, animal, + nosos, disease]

an·thro·po·zo·o·no·sis

(an'thrŏ-pō-zō'ō-nō'sis)
A zoonosis maintained in nature by animals and transmissible to humans (e.g., rabies, brucellosis).
[anthropo- + G. zōon, animal, + nosos, disease]

anthropozoonosis

(an″thrŏ-pō″zō″ŏ-nō′sĭs) [ anthropo- + zoonosis]
An infectious disease acquired by humans from vertebrate hosts of the causative agents. Examples are rabies and trichinosis.

anthropozoonosis

a disease of either animals or humans that may be transmitted from one species to the other.
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Hantaviruses are cosmopolite anthropozoonosis considered to be an emerging disease.
This viral anthropozoonosis is transmitted by mosquitoes; it causes abortion in animals and illness ranging from febrile syndrome to hemorrhagic fever and death in humans (1).