Pet-Associated Illness

Lee Sataline, David Huminer, Mervyn Taylor, C. T. Keane, Leigh Ann Sawyer, Daniel B. Fishbein, Joseph E. McDade, Bruce Max Feldmann, Leonard C. Marcus, Byron L. Blagburn, Charles M. Hendrix, Keith A. Reimann, Robert W. Dunstan, Diane L. Elliot, Susan W. Tolle, Linn Goldberg, James V. Miller

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Abstract

To the Editor: In their otherwise excellent review of pet-associated diseases (Oct. 17 issue),1 Elliot and associates failed to include cryptosporidium infections, which have recently been recognized as a fairly common cause of diarrhea, especially in immunodeficient patients. Fortunately, a fine discussion of this illness by Dr. Blacklow was included in a clinicopathological exercise (Case 39–1985) published earlier in the Journal.2.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1046-1048
Number of pages3
JournalNew England Journal of Medicine
Volume314
Issue number16
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 17 1986

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    Sataline, L., Huminer, D., Taylor, M., Keane, C. T., Sawyer, L. A., Fishbein, D. B., McDade, J. E., Feldmann, B. M., Marcus, L. C., Blagburn, B. L., Hendrix, C. M., Reimann, K. A., Dunstan, R. W., Elliot, D. L., Tolle, S. W., Goldberg, L., & Miller, J. V. (1986). Pet-Associated Illness. New England Journal of Medicine, 314(16), 1046-1048. https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJM198604173141612