Risk factors for Toxoplasma infection in a reproductive age female population in the area of Belgrade, Yugoslavia

  title={Risk factors for Toxoplasma infection in a reproductive age female population in the area of Belgrade, Yugoslavia},
  author={B. Bobi{\'c} and I. Jevremovi{\'c} and J. Marinkovic and D. {\vS}ibali{\'c} and O. Djurkovi{\'c}-Djakovi{\'c}},
  journal={European Journal of Epidemiology},
  • B. Bobić, I. Jevremović, +2 authors O. Djurković-Djaković
  • Published 2004
  • Medicine
  • European Journal of Epidemiology
  • The contribution to Toxoplasma infection of known transmission risk factors such as consumption of undercooked meat, contact with soil, and contact with cats, as well as that of age, degree of education, residence in central vs. suburban city communities, and year of entry into the study, has been investigated in a group of 1157 female residents (age range 15 to 45 years) of a defined geographic area (Belgrade) during a 4-years period (1988–1991). The rate of infection increased with age… CONTINUE READING
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