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.
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Human visceral leishmaniasis (HVL) is a growing anthropozoonosis in Brazil and in Rio Grande do Sul (state located in southern Brazil).
In Brazil, the disease is an endemic anthropozoonosis caused by the parasitic protozoa Leishmania (Leishmania) infantum, which is an obligate intracellular protozoan belonging to the Leishmania donovani complex.
Chagas disease (CD) is a serious anthropozoonosis common in the Americas and found mainly in endemic areas of the 21 Latin American countries [1].
The incidence of leptospirosis, a widespread anthropozoonosis, is underestimated due to variable clinical presentations.
Marzochi, "Tegumentary and visceral leishmaniasis in Brazil--emerging anthropozoonosis and possibilities for their control," Cadernos de Sauode Puoblica, vol.
[zeta][??]ov(animal) + vo[sigma]o[zeta] (disease)] (1959) and anthropozoonosis [Gr.
Hantaviruses are cosmopolite anthropozoonosis considered to be an emerging disease.
Tegumentary and Visceral Leishmaniases in Brazil-Emerging Anthropozoonosis and Possibilities for their control.
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).