Abdallah Bouyoucef

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Chlamydiosis in small ruminants is a zoonotic disease mainly related to Chlamydia abortus. This bacterium is responsible for abortions and reproductive disorders in sheep and goats. Stillbirth and infertility, leading to important economic losses, are also associated with this pathology. In Algeria, abortion cases are frequently reported by veterinarians(More)
The authors report a case of spontaneous pneumatocele consecutive fronto-ethmoidal osteoma which was unrecognized until its complication. This cases illustrated the interest of the CT scan for the topographie diagnostic of the pneumatocele and the visualization of the osteomeduremerienne breache.
Q fever, a commonly reported zoonosis worldwide, is caused by infection with Coxiella burnetii, an obligate intracellular bacterium. The infection is often asymptomatic in ruminants, but it can lead to reproductive disorders with bacterial shedding into the environment. Between 2011 and 2013, a study was undertaken in small ruminant flocks in different(More)
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