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Epidemiological aspects of toxoplasmosis part 3 the influence of contact with animals upon the prevalence of positive toxoplasmin reactions


, : Epidemiological aspects of toxoplasmosis part 3 the influence of contact with animals upon the prevalence of positive toxoplasmin reactions. Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases 9(2): 135-136

The frequency of positive toxoplasmin cutaneous test (TcT) was studied in 3047 young males from all parts of Norway. Neither keeping of animals, including cats, or birds, nor bite by an animal altered the frequency of positive TcT.

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