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Gundi, V., Taylor, C., Raoult, D. and La Scola, B. (2009) Bartonella rattaustralieni sp. Now, Bartonella queendensis spp. Now and Bartonella coopersplainsensis spp. Now, Identifier in Australian Rats. 59, 2956-2961.

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  • TITLE: Increased Risk of Bartonella Infections in Humans

    AUTHORS: Bogdanka Andric, Aleksandar Velkovski, Milan Jovanovic, Mosa Markovic, Mileta Golubovic

    KEYWORDS: Bartonellosis, Emerging, Diagnosis, Prognosis

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Clinical Diagnostics, Vol.8 No.3, September 28, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Bartonellosis has emerging zoonoses of the Vector Borne Diseases (VBD) complex. Progress in evolution and changes of causer, enabled the expansion, and increased number of clinically manifest forms of disease appearance of severe disseminated forms of infections and co-infections in humans, difficult for diagnosis, therapy and prognosis. The Bartonellosis may have a benign and self-limiting evolution in a host, or potentially fatal infections. Etiological agents can provoke a granulomatous or an angioproliferative histology damages. In severely immunodeficient cases (pulmonary tuberculosis, carcinomatosis, HIV infection, patients who underwent organ transplantation etc.), Bartonella infections can be difficult and often with unpredictable course of the fatal prognosis. Present the large specter of clinical manifestations: prolonged fever, erythema nodosum like syndrome, and the other skin manifestations, sub-acute bacterial endocarditis, difficult pulmonary disturbances, bacillary angiomatosis (BA) and hepatic peliosis (HP), bacteriemia or a combination of these. In period 2007-2015 on Clinic for Infectious Diseases in Podgorica, 25 cases with Bartonella infection were diagnosed. In total sample, the most frequent were diagnosed CSD in 19 cases. During 2015 in two cases with HIV/AIDS infection, BA was diagnosed, and in four cases PH was diagnosed.