Treponema hyodysenteriae


Bacteria: Spirochaete: Treponema hyodysenteriae. This sort of pathogenic agents also belongs Treponema pallidum, which causes syphilis. Incubation is about 2-5 weeks. First you can see knots and abscesses on the mucous membranes, than the germs pass into the blood. Eruptions are visible and in the 3rd phase the toxins of the germs will destroy nerve cells. Medical treatment with penicilline G.

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