campylobacter & unpasteurized milk

10/17/2014 3:38:21 PM
I learned from a lecture that we shouldn't pick campylobacter when the question states that the person consumed unpasteurized milk. Instead we should choose Yersinia if it is in the answer choices.The only time C.jejuni is relevant is when poultry is in the question. So can someone clarify if campylobacter could still be a cause of infection if the person consumes unpasteurized milk.


10/21/2014 12:14:12 AM
HI.... actually wen u see a word poultry u gotta pick campylobacter.... coz tis organism s transmitted by eatin raw / undercooked meat not by drinkin the unpasteurized milk..... raw milk transmits yersinia... hope u got my point!!!


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