Prevalence of Brucellosis among Women Presenting with Abortion/Stillbirth in Huye, Rwanda

Journal of Tropical Medicine 2014.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/740479

25% of women who was suffered this problem were positive with Rose Bengal plate test (RBPT).

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Findings from the current study give insights into the otherwise controversial Brucella-associated abortion in human.

The next step will be to isolate Brucella spp. from placental trophoblasts of aborting women.