Leptospirosis

Leptospirosis affects wildlife, domestic and man. Now a days, it is the highest incidence of zoonosis in the globe. It is considered as an occupational disease, and re-emerging infectious disease. Occurring of leptospirosis may be endemic and epidemic in developing countries with tropical and subtropical. Leptospirosis is caused by a spirochete Leptospiraceae family, consisting of two genera, Leptospira and Leptonema. The disease vary from common symptomatic infection in endemic regions, undifferentiated febrile illness, or syndrome to the presence of aseptic meningitis with low morbidity or similar to toxic shock syndrome with jaundice, myocarditis, renal failure and cardiac hemorrhage, meningitis and death have been described as epidemic in regions of severe leptospirosis in urban areas.

 

  • Epidemiologic Factors
  • Pathophysiology
  • Immunopathogenic

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