Undulant fever, malta fever, abortus fever.
A zoonotic bacterial infection of acute onset. Common as an occupational disease among people working with infected livestock or associated fresh animal products, for example butchers, farmers, abattoir workers, and vendors of contaminated roasted meat (muchomo). Incubation is 2-4 weeks on average, but it can be from 1 to 8 weeks.
Brucella abortus (cattle)
Brucella canis (dog)
Brucella melitensis (goats and sheep)
Brucella suis (pigs)