The book is a seroepidemiological study of human brucellosis among febrile patients in Khartoum State, Sudan. It highlights a common but under-diagnosed disease. Many patients suffer from brucellosis but are diagnosed as having other infectious diseases commonly malaria and typhoid fever. Almost all the risk factors for brucellosis are available in the area but are not catered for. The book elucidates the dimension of the disease so that the health policy makers can do something in brucellosis control.