-It is a zoonotic infection that's caused by the ingestion of infected animal products; like unpasteurized milk products or aerosol inhalation.
-It can affect multiple organs or tissues.
- The most common species are B melitensis, B abortus, B suis, and B cabins.
- It has a high risk of relapse.
This clinical goal is to resolve:
1. Fever or chills.
2. Constitutional symptoms like sweating, lethargy, and weight loss.
3. Arthralgia/Athraitis; difficulty walking (irritable hip) and local inflammatory signs.
4. Hepato/splenomegaly or/and lymphadenopathy.
5. Gastrointestinal manifestations.
6. Other organ-specific manifestations.