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*  DMOZ - Health: Animal: Mammals: Cats: Conditions and Diseases: Toxoplasmosis
Toxoplasmosis in Cats and Pregnant Women Information on this disease caused by the protozoan parasite Toxoplasma gondii, its ...
*  List of MeSH codes (C22)
... toxoplasmosis, animal MeSH C22.674.710.896 --- trypanosomiasis, bovine MeSH C22.735.050 --- ape diseases MeSH C22.735.500 --- ... animal MeSH C22.467.435.442 --- hepatitis, infectious canine MeSH C22.467.435.812 --- rift valley fever MeSH C22.488.088 --- ... animal MeSH C22.674.710.122 --- babesiosis MeSH C22.674.710.235 --- cryptosporidiosis MeSH C22.674.710.367 --- dourine MeSH ... animal MeSH C22.674.377.315 --- dictyocaulus infections MeSH C22.674.377.320 --- dirofilariasis MeSH C22.674.377.444 --- ...
*  List of MeSH codes (C03)
... toxoplasmosis MeSH C03.752.250.800.110 --- toxoplasmosis, animal MeSH C03.752.250.800.250 --- toxoplasmosis, cerebral MeSH ... toxoplasmosis, animal MeSH C03.701.688.896 --- trypanosomiasis, bovine MeSH C03.752.200.146 --- balantidiasis MeSH C03.752. ... toxoplasmosis, animal MeSH C03.752.625.896 --- trypanosomiasis, bovine MeSH C03.752.700.500 --- mastigophora infections MeSH ... C03.752.250.800.445 --- toxoplasmosis, congenital MeSH C03.752.250.800.640 --- toxoplasmosis, ocular MeSH C03.752.625.122 --- ...
*  Babesiosoma
Jakowska S, Nigrelli RF (1956)Some protozoan diseases of man and animals: Anaplasmosis, Babesiosis, and Toxoplasmosis. Annal NY ...
*  Toxoplasmosis
Dubey, JP (2010). Toxoplasmosis of Animals and Humans. ISBN 978-1-4200-9236-3. J.P Dubey (2010) p. 95 J.P Dubey (2010) p. 46 ... the sex ratio was higher in early latent toxoplasmosis and lower in later latent toxoplasmosis. Diagnosis of toxoplasmosis in ... Dubey JP, Frenkel JK (May 1998). "Toxoplasmosis of rats: a review, with considerations of their value as an animal model and ... J. P. Dubey (15 April 2010). Toxoplasmosis of Animals and Humans, Second Edition. CRC Press. ISBN 978-1-4200-9237-0. Retrieved ...
*  Risk assessment for organic swine health
Therefore, toxoplasmosis has not been found in such systems where animals have concrete flooring. Such soil-based pathogens, ... Animals in traditional barns and hoop buildings show less risk than with animals in pasture raised systems. Although density ... The environment (geographical location, housing, contact with other animals) of the animal is one of the most important ... yet animals treated with a prohibited medication may not be sold as organic All organically raised animals must have access to ...
*  Animal hoarding
"toxoplasmosis" A Dictionary of Public Health. Ed. John M. Last, Oxford University Press, 2007. Oxford Reference Online. Brigham ... Confessions: Animal Hoarding on Animal Planet Animal Hoarding documentary project Inside Animal Hoarding (with video) People ... Tufts University Animal Hoarding, American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Animal Legal Defense Fund Animal ... Basic animal waste management is absent in virtually all animal-hoarding situations, and animals are filthy and often infected ...
*  Zoonosis
Pets can also transmit ringworm and Giardia, which are endemic in both animal and human populations. Toxoplasmosis is a common ... or research contact with or consumption of animals, animal products, or animal derivatives (vaccines, etc.). The most ... Highly mobile animals such as bats and birds may present a greater risk of zoonotic transmission than other animals due to the ... When humans infect animals, it is called reverse zoonosis or anthroponosis. The term is from Greek: ζῷον zoon "animal" and ...
*  Brown rat
Dubeya, J. P.; Frenkel, J. K. (1998). "Toxoplasmosis of rats: a review, with considerations of their value as an animal model ... The noise is best described as either a quick clicking or 'burring' sound, varying from animal to animal. In addition, they ... Martin Schein, founder of the Animal Behavior Society in 1964, studied the diet of brown rats and came to the conclusion that ... Rattus norvegicus genome and use as model animal Nature: Rat Genome Rat genome database View the rat genome in Ensembl View the ...
*  South Bruny National Park
Approximately 80% of the feral cats on Bruny Island carry toxoplasmosis (a parasite which infects and kills many animals when ... where and how to protect Tasmania's Threatened Animals. Tasmania: Threatened Species Unit, Parks and Wildlife Service. Allchin ...
*  Epilepsy in animals
Toxoplasmosis and Cryptococcus. Many diseases that occur as a result from illness in parts of the body other than the brain can ... Animals often lose consciousness and are not aware of their surroundings. Watching an animal have a seizure can be quite ... stairs or other animals. When an animal has a seizure, do not try to grab their tongue or clear their mouth as there is a high ... There is not much that can be done during a seizure except to remain calm and not leave the animal alone. If your pet is having ...
*  Cat health
Toxoplasmosis Giardia Cat-scratch disease Rabies Ringworm Vaccinations are an important preventative animal health measure. The ... The animal often falls down and has trouble walking. Tremors increase when the animal is excited and subside when at ease. A ... "People Foods". Animal Poison Control Center. American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). Archived from ... "Cleaning Products". Animal Poison Control Center. American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). Archived ...
*  Companion Animal Parasite Council
... toxoplasmosis, toxocariasis, hookworms disease, dirofilariasis (heartworm), baylisascariasis, tick and flea transmitted ... The Companion Animal Parasite Council (also commonly referred to as CAPC, pronounced "Cap-C", is a non-profit organization ( ... Georgia Dr Chris Carpenter Recent publications include a series of articles on a number of diseases that impact both animals ... zoonotic diseases affecting people and animals. Another publication on fleas and ticks that includes authors who are present ...
*  Plastid
... toxoplasmosis (Toxoplasma gondii), and many other human or animal diseases also harbor a complex plastid (although this ...
*  Eucoccidiorida
Protozoans of this order include parasites of humans, and both domesticated and wild animals including birds. Among these ... parasites are the Toxoplasma gondii that cause toxoplasmosis and Isospora belli, which results in isosporiasis. This is the ...
*  Coccidiosis
Most animals infected with coccidia are asymptomatic, but young or immunocompromised animals may suffer severe symptoms and ... Toxoplasmosis occurs in humans usually as low-grade fever or muscle pain for a few days. A normal immune system will suppress ... The parasite can infect up to all animals in the farm and in some countries the parasite is present in all farms. Coccidiosis ... Genus Hammondia is transmitted by ingestion of cysts found in the tissue of grazing animals and rodents. Dogs and cats are the ...
*  Vaccine controversies
... in the case of toxoplasmosis, antibiotics. Based on studies in animal models, theoretical concerns have been raised about a ... Vaccine was maintained initially through arm-to-arm transfer and later through production on the skin of animals, and ... Moreover, the continued production of smallpox vaccine in animals and the production of antitoxins in horses prompted anti- ... There is evidence that schizophrenia is associated with prenatal exposure to rubella, influenza, and toxoplasmosis infection. ...
*  Microbes in human culture
Microorganisms are the causative agents (pathogens) in many infectious diseases of humans and animals. Pathogenic bacteria ... Protozoa cause diseases including malaria, sleeping sickness, dysentery and toxoplasmosis. Microscopic fungi cause diseases ... and domestic animals. Fermentation is an important source of chemicals, as industrial chemists discover how to manufacture a ...
*  Toxoplasma gondii
In warm-blooded animals, such as brown rats, sheep, and dogs, T. gondii has also been shown to be sexually transmitted, and it ... Although a causal relationship between latent toxoplasmosis with these neurological phenomena has not yet been established, ... When an oocyst or tissue cyst is ingested by a human or other warm-blooded animal, the resilient cyst wall is dissolved by ... Ingestion of oocysts by humans or other warm-blooded animals is one of the common routes of infection. Humans can be exposed to ...
*  Human interaction with cats
Animal People estimates that 4 million cats are killed and consumed in Asia every year. An animal-rights group collected 16,000 ... Torda A (2001). "Toxoplasmosis. Are cats really the source?". Aust Fam Physician. 30 (8): 743-7. PMID 11681144. Svobodová V, ... Animal People, Inc. Archived from the original on 25 January 2012. Retrieved 14 December 2011. "Cat and dog meat off the menu ... Emergency Medicine Animal Bite Infection Study Group". N. Engl. J. Med. 340 (2): 85-92. doi:10.1056/NEJM199901143400202. PMID ...
*  Apicomplexan life cycle
A merozoite (G. meros, part [of a series] +zōon, animal) is the result of merogony that takes place within a host cell. During ... In chronic (latent) toxoplasmosis, bradyzoites microscopically present as clusters enclosed by an irregular crescent-shaped ... A sporozoite (G. sporos, seed + zōon, animal) is the cell form that infects new hosts. In Plasmodium, for instance, the ... A bradyzoite (G. bradys, slow + zōon, animal) is a sessile, slow-growing form of zoonotic microorganisms such as Toxoplasma ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Conditions and Diseases: Infectious Diseases: Parasitic: Toxoplasmosis
... direct or indirect contact with an infected animal, particularly cats; congenital transmission from an infected mother to her ... However, toxoplasmosis can result in serious illness and retinal lesions. Congenital transmission may cause miscarriage, ... Toxoplasmosis is caused by Toxoplasma gondii, a protozoan parasite. It can be transmitted to humans in several ways: by eating ... MedicineNet: Toxoplasmosis Doctor produceed consumer health information on toxoplasmosis including cuases, symptoms, risk ...
*  Coccidia
Infected animals spread spores called oocysts in their stool. The oocysts mature, called sporulation. When another animal ... Cryptosporidium (the organism) and Cryptosporidiosis (the resulting disease) Toxoplasma (the organism) and Toxoplasmosis (the ... The spores may also be ingested by mice; when another animal eats the mouse it becomes infected. Some species of coccidia are ... Once reproduction stops, the animal can usually recover on its own, a process that can take a few weeks, depending on the ...
*  Nutrition and pregnancy
Dietary vitamin A is obtained in two forms which contain the preformed vitamin (retinol), that can be found in some animal ... toxoplasmosis, and salmonella. ...
*  Red squirrel
... the dominant animals tend to be larger and older than subordinate animals, and dominant males tend to have larger home ranges ... History of Tree Squirrels Red squirrels make a comeback as culling of grey rivals brings results Acute Fatal Toxoplasmosis in ... The red squirrel is a solitary animal and is shy and reluctant to share food with others. However, outside the breeding season ... Macdonald, I. M. V. (1997). "Field experiments on duration and precision of grey and red squirrel spatial memory". Animal ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Animal: Mammals: Cats: Conditions and Diseases
For websites about diseases and conditions specific to cats.