chlamydia psittaci -- diagnosis in humans
Diane R. Stothard
dianes at infect.dmed.iupui.edu
Thu Sep 26 10:08:58 EST 1996
'Gavia immer' Deborah Wisti-Peterson wrote:
> how is chlamydia psittaci diagnosed in humans? how is
> it diagnosed in humans that have been exposed to this
> organism but are asymptomatic?
> thanks for your responses.
> Deborah Wisti-Peterson email:nyneve at u.washington.edu
> Department of Zoology, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash, USA
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Chlamydia psittaci is not a human pathogen. It infects birds and other
animals. Chlamydial human pathogens include C. trachomatis which causes
trachoma and is the agent of the sexually transmitted disease, and C.
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