Evaluation du risque infectieux pour les carnivores domestique en provenance d'Amérique du Nord

Translated title of the contribution: Evalutation of the risk for infection of domestic carnivores that return from North America

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Abstract

Following a trip to or after staying for a defined period in North America, pets going or returning to Europe are very unlikely to develop infectious or parasitic diseases which are not already endemic to Europe. However, that risk is not totally absent. Several infections or infestations are found only in North America, such as salmon poisoning or Rocky Mountain spotted fever. French practioners may not be familiar with clinical symptoms associated to these diseases (i.e. pneumonic plague in cats), and need to include these infections in their differential diagnosis for pets coming back from North-America.

Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)709-715
Number of pages7
JournalPoint Veterinaire
Volume29
Issue number193
StatePublished - 1998

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North America
carnivores
Pets
pets
Rocky Mountain spotted fever
Infection
feline panleukopenia
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
infection
Parasitic Diseases
Plague
Salmon
parasitoses
Poisoning
infectious diseases
signs and symptoms (animals and humans)
salmon
Communicable Diseases
poisoning
Cats

Keywords

  • Cal
  • Differential diagnosis
  • Dog
  • Infections
  • Parasitism

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  • veterinary(all)

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Evaluation du risque infectieux pour les carnivores domestique en provenance d'Amérique du Nord. / Chomel, Bruno B.

In: Point Veterinaire, Vol. 29, No. 193, 1998, p. 709-715.

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