Beware. The chlamydial organism is capable of being transmitted from birds to humans, but this rarely occurs despite the relatively high incidence of infection in birds. Although psittacosis infection in humans is normally mild, it is potentially dangerous for persons who are sick, elderly or immunosuppresed (e.g., AIDS patients).
A heron infected by chlamydiosis
chlamydiosis in air sacs
Certificate atụ maka ule: avian chlamydiosis
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