Infectious disease caused by bacteria, which occur in animals (goats, pigs, cattle and sheep). The disease cannot be passed from one human being to another. Cattle infected with brucellosis are probably the principal cause of the spread of the disease in Europe. The varieties of bacteria produce various clinical pictures. Bang’s disease, caused by , comes from cows and can occur in abbatoir workers, veterinary surgeons and farmers throughout Europe. Pig brucellosis, from , occurs in some Eastern European countries and in the United States. Malta fever, caused in goats by , mainly occurs in the

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