chlamydia psittaci -- diagnosis in humans

Corona90 corona90 at aol.com
Thu Oct 3 11:04:10 EST 1996

In message <52vank$lgv at agate.nbnet.nb.ca> - cigolott at nbnet.nb.ca (tom c.)
3 Oct 1996 03:08:36 GMT writes:

> I guess (with synicism) that's why there "was" once a disease
> called psittcosis. Yes....... very transmissible with multiple
> exposures with people with the infected birds....almost reminds
> one of TB.

> Maybe.....similar etiologies.....similar morphologies...hmmmmmmm

But ... different organisms!  Actually, it could remind one more of
Mycobacterium avium or M. genavense, rather than TB.

-gary cage
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