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It is an infectious often fatal disease characterised by violent tonic muscles spasms and rigidity caused by toxin of Clostridium Tetani. C.Tetani are gram positive strictly anaerobic and bear spores. most of the species grow as saprophytes in soil.Wound infections from bacteria. Tetanus bacteria is found in feces of animals
Clostridium tetani the bacterium that causes tetanus needs to enter a cut or deep wound.
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