A partial list of zoonoses

Table
A partial list of zoonoses
disease causative organism animals principally involved
Viral diseases
arbovirus infections
  febrile illnesses
  hemorrhagic fever
  epidemic nephrosonephritis
  encephalitis (mosquito-
    borne and tick-borne) various arboviruses rodents, birds, equines, goats, sheep, monkeys, swine, marsupials
encephalomyocarditis encephalomyocarditis virus rodents
herpes B virus disease herpes B virus monkeys
herpes T (= M) virus infection herpes T (= M) virus monkeys
influenza influenza virus type A swine
lymphocytic choriomeningitis lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus mice, dogs, monkeys
Newcastle disease Newcastle disease virus chickens
poxvirus infections
  buffalopox
buffalopox virus buffalo
  camelpox
camelpox virus camels
  cowpox
cowpox or vaccinia virus cattle
contagious ecthyma virus sheep and goats
  paravaccinia (milkers' nodules)
paravaccinia virus cattle
  yaba disease
yaba virus monkeys
rabies rabies virus carnivores, bats, and other wild animals
sendai virus disease sendai virus swine, rodents
cat-scratch disease cat-scratch virus cats
Rickettsial diseases
flea-borne
  murine (endemic typhus)
Rickettsia mooseri rats, mice
mite-borne
  rickettsial pox
R. akari mice
  scrub typhus (tsutsugamushi)
R. tsutsugamushi rodents
tick-borne
  (North) Queensland tick typhus
R. australis bandicoots, rodents
  spotted fever (including Rocky Mountain, Brazilian, and Colombian spotted fevers)
R. rickettsii dogs, rodents, and other animals
  fièvre boutonneuse
R. conorii
  Kenya typhus
R. conorii
  South African tick typhus
R. conorii dogs, rodents
  Indian tick typhus
R. conorii
North Asian tick-borne rickettsiosis R. sibericus rodents
Q fever Coxiella burnetii cattle, sheep, goats, and other domesticated and wild mammals, birds
Bedsonia infection
psittacosis (ornithosis) psittacosis (PLT) group (Bedsonia) psittacines and other birds
Bacterial diseases
anthrax Bacillus anthracis ruminants, equines, swine
brucellosis Brucella abortus, B. suis, B. melitensis cattle, swine, goats, sheep, horses
enterobacterial infections
  Arizona infections
Salmonella species poultry, swine, dogs, reptiles
  colibacillosis
E. coli poultry, swine, dogs
  salmonellosis
Salmonella species mammals and birds
erysipeloid Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae swine, poultry, fish
glanders Actinobacillus mallei equines
leptospirosis Leptospira interrogans rodents, dogs, swine, cattle, bandicoots
listeriosis Listeria monocytogenes rodents, sheep, cattle, swine
melioidosis Pseudomonas pseudomallei rodents, sheep, cattle, swine
pasteurellosis Pasteurella multocida, P. haemolytica mammals, birds
plague Pasteurella pestis rodents
pseudotuberculosis Pasteurella pseudotuberculosis rodents, cats, fowl
rat-bite fever Spirillum minus, Streptobacillus moniliformis rodents
relapsing fever (tick-borne) Borrelia species rodents
staphylococcosis Staphylococcus aureus cattle, dogs, occasionally other animals
streptococcosis Streptococcus species mammals
tuberculosis Mycobacterium tuberculosis var. hominis dogs, swine, monkeys
M. bovis cattle, goats, swine, cats
M. avium poultry, swine, cattle
tularaemia Pasteurella tularensis rabbits, hares, sheep, wild rodents
vibriosis Vibrio fetus;
V. parahaemolyticus cattle, sheep
fish
Fungal disease
dermatophytosis
  ringworm, favus
Microsporum species cats, dogs, horses
Trichophyton species horses, cattle, poultry, small mammals
Protozoal diseases
amebiasis Entamoeba histolytica dogs, lower primates
balantidiasis Balantidium coli swine
coccidiosis Isospora species dogs
leishmaniasis
  kala-azar
Leishmania donovani dogs
  Oriental sore
Leishmania tropica dogs, rodents
  American
Leishmania species dogs, wild mammals
malaria Plasmodium knowlesi monkeys
P. simium monkeys
P. cynomolgi monkeys
pneumocystis infection Pneumocystis carinii dogs
toxoplasmosis Toxoplasma gondii mammals, birds
trypanosomiasis Trypanosoma cruzi dogs, small mammals
T. rangeli
T. rhodesiense antelope, cattle
Platyhelminthic diseases
trematode (fluke) diseases
  amphistomiasis
Gastrodiscoides hominis swine
  cercarial dermatitis
Schistosoma species birds, mammals
  clonorchiasis
Clonorchis sinensis dogs, cats, swine, wild mammals, fish
  dicrocoeliasis
Dicrocoelium species ruminants
  echinostomiasis
Echinostoma ilocanum cats, dogs, rodents
Echinostoma species
  fascioliasis
Fasciola hepatica, F. gigantica ruminants
  fasciolopsiasis
Fasciolopsis buski swine, dogs
  heterophyiasis
Heterophyes heterophyes (and other heterophids) cats, dogs, fish
  metagonimiasis
Metagonimus yokogawai cats, dogs, fish
  opisthorchiasis
Opisthorchis felineus cats, dogs
Opisthorchis viverrini, other species wildlife, fish
  paragonimiasis
Paragonimus westermani, other species cats, dogs, wildlife
  schistosomiasis
Schistosoma japonicum wild and domestic mammals
S. mansoni baboons, rodents
S. mattheei, occasionally other species cattle, sheep, antelopes
cestode (tapeworm) diseases
  bertiella infection
Bertiella studeri primates
  diphyllobothriasis
Diphyllobothrium latum fish, carnivores
  dipylidiasis
Dipylidium caninum dogs, cats
  echinococcosis
Echinococcus granulosus dogs, wild carnivores, domestic and wild ungulates
E. multilocularis foxes, dogs, rodents
  hymenolepiasis
Hymenolepis diminuta, H. nana rats, mice
  inermicapsifer infection
Inermicapsifer madagascarensis rodents
  sparganosis
Pseudophyllidea tapeworms mice, carnivores including cats, and other vertebrates
  taeniasis, cysticercosis, and coenuriasis
Taenia saginata
Taenia solium
Multiceps multiceps cattle
swine
sheep, dogs
Nematode diseases
ancylostomiasis Ancylostoma ceylanicum, other species dogs
ascariasis Ascaris suum swine
capillariasis Capillaria hepatica rodents
dracuncoliasis Dracunculus medinensis dogs, other carnivores
filariasis Brugia malayi primates, other mammals
Dirofilaria species, occasionally other species cats, dogs, other mammals
larva migrans Ancylostoma braziliense, other species cats, dogs
Angiostrongylus cantonensis rats
Anisakis species fish
Gnathostoma spinigerum cats, dogs, other vertebrates
Toxocara canis, other ascarid species dogs, other vertebrates
oesophagostomiasis Oesophagostomum apiostomum primates
strongyloidiasis Strongyloides stercoralis, occasionally other species dogs, primates
ternidens infection Ternidens deminutus primates
trichinosis Trichinella spiralis swine, rodents, wild carnivores, marine mammals
trichostrongylosis Trichostrongylus colubriformis, occasionally other species ruminants
Arthropod diseases
acariasis Sarcoptes species domesticated animals
tunga infections Tunga penetrans domesticated and wild mammals
myiasis Cochliomyia, Cordylobia, Dermatobia, Gastrophilus, Hypoderma, Oestrus, and other genera mammals
pentastomid infections (including halzoun) Linguatula species, Armillifer species, Porocephalus species dogs, snakes, and other vertebrates
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