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After reviewing the importance of three zoonoses, namely toxoplasmosis, listeriosis and brucellosis, Authors focus on their experience in prophylactic treatment of the acquired toxoplasmosis in 72 gravidae with high risk pregnancy and the history of toxoplasmosis. Listeriosis and brucellosis currently seem not to bear a clinical significance as perinatal… (More)
Throughout 1976--1978, 757 brucellosis cases have been found in Poland. Mostly such occupational groups have been afflicted with brucellosis as: veterinary service, cowkeepers, Bacutil workers and workers of meat plants. The greatest prevalence occurred in the following age groups: 41--50 (22.0%) and 51--60 (17.1%).
Based on the FIGO recommendations of 1997, the Authors discuss selected bioethical problems associated with procreational medicine. Paper reviews published opinions of both medical and non-medical world including those stated by Council of Europe.