Psittacosis is an infectious disease in humans that has mild, non-specific flu-like symptoms. Psittacosis refers to any infection or disease caused by Chlamydia psittaci, one of several microorganisms in the genus Chlamydia. This disease can be transmitted from infected birds to humans. Parrot disease, ornithosis, and chlamydiosis are other names for psittacosis.
- ACDC: A Manual of Departmental Rules, Regulations and Control Procedures
- LAC Reported Cases of Selected Diseases 2007-2012
- LAC Reported Cases of Selected Diseases 2003-2008