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Concerning the term "zoonosis"

Concerning the term "zoonosis"


The term "zoonosis", for a long time widely used in medicine, but not in veterinary, is considered in a historical aspect. In accordance with the decision of WHO/FAO Joint Expert Committee on Zoonosis, this term denotes diseases and infections which are naturally spread due to contacts between vertebrate animals and man. The terms "anthropozoonosis" and "zooanthroposis", as well as their variants, proposed by some authors should be discarded.
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