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Diagnosing Brucellosis

Brucellosis can be diagnosed in a laboratory by finding bacteria in samples of blood, bone marrow or other bodily fluids. Serological tests can also be done to detect antibodies against the bacteria. Learn more about what can be done to help confirm diagnosis of this disease.

Species of Brucella

Learn which Brucella species, the bacteria that cause brucellosis, more commonly infect humans and animals.

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