chlamydiosis


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Related to chlamydiosis: parrot fever, Avian chlamydiosis

chlamydiosis

 [klah-mid″e-o´sis]
any infection or disease caused by Chlamydia.

chla·myd·i·o·sis

(klă-mid'ē-ō'sis),
General term for diseases caused by Chlamydia and Chlamydophila species.
See also: ornithosis, psittacosis, Chlamydia.

chlamydiosis

/chla·myd·i·o·sis/ (klah-mid″e-o´sis) any infection or disease caused by Chlamydia.

chlamydiosis

Medspeak
A generic term for any infection by and of the Chlamydia species. In humans, the plain English Chlamydia infection is generally preferred.

Veterinary medicine
(1) Enzootic abortion of ewes, see there.
(2) Psittacosis.

chla·myd·i·o·sis

(klă-mid'ē-ō'sis)
General term for diseases caused by Chlamydia species.
See also: ornithosis, psittacosis

Chlamydiosis, psittacosis, or ornithosis

Other names for parrot fever in humans.
Mentioned in: Parrot Fever

chlamydiosis

any disease or infection caused by members of the family Chlamydiaceae; takes many forms including: psittacosis and ornithosis in birds, placentopathy manifested by abortion in enzootic abortion of ewes, sporadic bovine encephalomyelitis, pneumonitis in all species except pig, conjunctivitis in sheep, cats and laboratory rodents, polyarthritis in sheep, cattle, horse, enteritis in cattle and lagomorphs, and septicemia in epizootic chlamydiosis in lagomorphs.
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In an attempt to identify potential environmental or toxicologic factors promoting this outbreak of avian chlamydiosis, multiple areas of the penguins' exhibit were sampled.
A presumptive diagnosis of chlamydiosis was made, and the aviary was closed to the public on August 1, 2007.
Key words: Chlamydophila psittaci, avian chlamydiosis, treatment, doxycycline, azithromycin, avian, cockatiel, Nymphicus hollandicus
To identify birds with avian chlamydiosis, we invited all local veterinarians and wildlife workers by letter to submit sick or dead birds for testing at a regional veterinary laboratory.
These lesions are similar to those observed in a 1984 outbreak of chlamydiosis among laboratory-bred X.
Genital ulcers or nonulcerative STDs such as chlamydiosis, gonorrhea, and trichomoniasis induce inflammation in the genital tract, thus increasing the concentration of cells in genital secretions that can serve as targets for HIV (e.
Potential problems can be caused by chlamydiosis (enzootic abortion of ewes - EAE), toxoplasmosis and listeriosis, which are common causes of abortion in ewes, and Q fever.
Infections include chlamydiosis, toxoplasmo-sis and listeriosis, which are common causes of abortion in ewes.
They could be at risk from infections that occur in some ewes, including chlamydiosis - enzootic abortion of ewes or EAE - toxoplasmosis and listeriosis, which are all common causes of abortion in ewes.
These infections include chlamydiosis (enzootic abortion of ewes - EAE), toxoplasmosis and listeriosis, which are all common causes of abortion in ewes.
Infectious Diseases: What Returning Service Members Are Bringing Home Afghanistan Iraq Commonly Hepatitis A Hepatitis A Seen in Typhoid, paratyphoid fever Typhoid, paratyphoid fever Returning Gonorrhea, chlamydiosis Personnel Leishmaniasis, cutaneous Malaria Protozoal diarrhea (Cryptosporidium, Entamoeba histolytica, Giardia) Less Anthrax, cutaneous Same as those returning Commonly Brucellosis from Afghanistan Seen in Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever plus Returning Hepatitis B Gonorrhea, chlamydiosis Personnel Hepatitis E Leishmaniasis, cutaneous HIV Plague Leishmaniasis, visceral Protozoal diarrhea Leptospirosis Rickkettsiosis Q fever Schistosomiasis Rabies Tuberculosis West Nile fever Source: Dr.