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Brucellosis - New Insights [Working Title]
Brucellosis is a zoonotic infectious disease caused by the Brucella bacteria. Neonatal brucellosis is very rare and preventable and is an example of intrauterine infection, but clinical manifestations as well as transmission route are not well defined but presumed transplacental transmission. The neonate can be either infected transplacentally, or by ingestion of mother's secretions and blood during delivery, or by ingestion of breast milk. Presentation of the neonatal brucellosis includingdoi:10.5772/intechopen.86703 fatcat:tukb4lkdjrf6xkida257a5xtmy