Bartonella

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Bartonella

[‚bärt·ən′el·ə]
(microbiology)
A genus of the family Bartonellaceae; parasites in or on red blood cells and within fixed tissue cells; found in humans and in the arthropod genus Phlebotomus.
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Natural history of Bartonella infections (an exception to Koch's postulate).
Factors associated with the rapid emergence of zoonotic Bartonella infections.
Cat scratch disease and other zoonotic Bartonella infections.
The expanding spectrum of Bartonella infections, II: cat-scratch disease.
According to University of California-Davis veterinarians, roughly half of California's coyote population is infected with Bartonella infections (cats, ruminants, rodents and humans can also become infected).
There are people for whom Lyme or bartonella infections seem to really go to the gut, and perhaps in those people the oral antibiotics are a good choice.
Clarifying whether Bartonella infections in raccoons are caused by spillover from feral cats needs further study.
One of my books on Bartonella showed that Bartonella infections exhibited not only two or three skin patterns, but vast numbers
Identification of Bartonella infections in febrile human patients from Thailand and their potential animal reservoirs.
No studies have systematically assessed the frequency, clinical characteristics, or epidemiology of human Bartonella infections in Thailand.
Bartonella infections in fleas (Siphonaptera: Pulicidae) and lack of bartonellae in ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) from Hungary.
Bartonella infections cause agitation, panic disorder, and treatment-resistant depression?