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[Diseases caused by viruses and toxins in biological warfare and bioterrorism].

INTRODUCTION: Viruses and toxins, as well as bacteria and rickettsia can potentially be used as biological weapons in conflicts or in bioterrorism.

USE OF BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS: The infection can be acquired by inhalation of aerosols, ingestion of contaminated food or water, or direct contact with the skin or mucosa. Special attention must be given to the possible use of genetically modified agents.

CONCLUSION: This paper describes the clinical features of diseases caused hbi viruses (smallpox, hemorrhagic Jever and encephalitis) and toxins (botulinum, staphylococcal enterotoxin B, ricinus toxin and mycotoxins) their diagnosis, treatment, as well as basic preventive measures.

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