Pasteurellosis is an infection with a species of the bacterial genus Pasteurella, which is found in humans and other animals. Pasteurella multocida (subspecies P. m. septica and P. m. multocida) is carried in the mouth and respiratory tract of various animals, including pigs. It is a small, Gram-negative bacillus with bipolar staining by Wayson stain. In animals, it can originate fulminant septicaemia (chicken cholera), but is also a common commensal.

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  • Pasteurellosis is an infection with a species of the bacterial genus Pasteurella, which is found in humans and other animals. Pasteurella multocida (subspecies P. m. septica and P. m. multocida) is carried in the mouth and respiratory tract of various animals, including pigs. It is a small, Gram-negative bacillus with bipolar staining by Wayson stain. In animals, it can originate fulminant septicaemia (chicken cholera), but is also a common commensal. Until taxonomic revision in 1999, Mannheimia spp. were classified as Pasteurella spp., and infections by organisms now called Mannheimia spp., as well as by organisms now called Pasteurella spp., were designated as pasteurellosis. The term "pasteurellosis" is often still applied to mannheimiosis, although such usage has declined. (en)
  • La pasteurellose est une maladie infectieuse due aux germes du genre Pasteurella dont le plus fréquent en pathologie humaine est Pasteurella multocida, Le plus souvent il s'agit d'une inoculation par morsure ou griffure de chien ou de chat (portage autour de 40 à 50 % d'entre eux). Elle se manifeste par l'apparition en moins de 24 heures de douleurs très vives associées à un aspect local très inflammatoire.Le traitement repose sur l'antibiothérapie (cyclines ou association amoxicilline-acide clavulanique) (fr)
  • パスツレラ症(パスツレラしょう、英: pasteurellosis)は、パスツレラ属(Pasteurella)菌を原因菌とする日和見感染症。 (ja)
  • Pasteurelose é uma doença infecciosa causada por bactérias do gênero Pasteurella que afeta humanos e animais. (pt)
  • Пастереллёз (геморрагическая септицемия) — острая зоонозная инфекционная болезнь, для которой характерны лихорадка, интоксикация, воспаления кожи, подкожной клетчатки, артриты, остеомиелиты. (ru)
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  • La pasteurellose est une maladie infectieuse due aux germes du genre Pasteurella dont le plus fréquent en pathologie humaine est Pasteurella multocida, Le plus souvent il s'agit d'une inoculation par morsure ou griffure de chien ou de chat (portage autour de 40 à 50 % d'entre eux). Elle se manifeste par l'apparition en moins de 24 heures de douleurs très vives associées à un aspect local très inflammatoire.Le traitement repose sur l'antibiothérapie (cyclines ou association amoxicilline-acide clavulanique) (fr)
  • パスツレラ症(パスツレラしょう、英: pasteurellosis)は、パスツレラ属(Pasteurella)菌を原因菌とする日和見感染症。 (ja)
  • Pasteurelose é uma doença infecciosa causada por bactérias do gênero Pasteurella que afeta humanos e animais. (pt)
  • Пастереллёз (геморрагическая септицемия) — острая зоонозная инфекционная болезнь, для которой характерны лихорадка, интоксикация, воспаления кожи, подкожной клетчатки, артриты, остеомиелиты. (ru)
  • Pasteurellosis is an infection with a species of the bacterial genus Pasteurella, which is found in humans and other animals. Pasteurella multocida (subspecies P. m. septica and P. m. multocida) is carried in the mouth and respiratory tract of various animals, including pigs. It is a small, Gram-negative bacillus with bipolar staining by Wayson stain. In animals, it can originate fulminant septicaemia (chicken cholera), but is also a common commensal. (en)
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  • Pasteurellosis (en)
  • Pasteurellose (fr)
  • パスツレラ症 (ja)
  • Pasteurelose (pt)
  • Пастереллёз (ru)
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