to humans through cows, pigs, sheep or goats infected. It is not contagious between people.
Subsequent blood - producing organs, including bone marrow, lymph glands,
Although affects both sexes at any age, more often in men between 20 and 60 years of age.
In general, is cured with treatment at 3 to 4 weeks.
and disability after an inadequate treatment.
Diagnosis and Treatment.
Clinical history and recognition by your
Analysis of blood.
X - rays of column.
All members of the
might have contacted the
by eating infected with the same milk products must undergo medical checkups and diagnostic tests.
Are not necessary.
is not contagious between people.
The treatment is done through antibiotics for the
, such as tetracycline, for at least 3 weeks.
It also can prescribe medication based on cortisone to reduce inflammation in severe cases.
Rest in bed until you submit fever and other symptoms.
Go back to your
No special diet.
Increase the calories in the event of significant loss of
Undulant fever symptoms (fever that rises and lowers throughout the week)
Reappear fever or other symptoms after treatment.
Do not drink unpasteurized milk.
Use gloves and aprons when working with animals.
These conditions result in the reduction of
acid, these acids reduce the chances of
People who work with animals, such as farmers, butchers and veterinary (Occupational
to humans through unpasteurized milk, dairy products (
) or meat products.
Signs and symptoms.
and acute form.
In the acute form, appear suddenly, the following symptoms:
Sensitivity in the column,
Swollen lymph glands.
form, the following symptoms appear gradually:
Abscesses in the ovaries,
and brain (rare)