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Hemoplasmosis

Hemoplasmosis, formerly called haemobartonellosis, is a tick (and sometimes flea) transmitted disease that affects both dogs and cats. Hemoplasmosis targets the red blood cells. In cats, it is called feline infectious anemia or feline hemotropic mycoplasmosis. There have been no reported cases of hemoplasmosis in man, although organisms resembling hemotropic mycoplasms have been found in people with suppressed immune systems.

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