A disease caused by the infection of Protozoon Toxoplasma Gondi. It can give the symptoms of a common cold or an infectious mononucleosis in adults. The disseminated form can produce hepatic, pulmonary, cardiac, cerebral or spinal inflammation. Another form affects the eyes. A women infected during pregnancy can transmit the disease to her child, causing cerebral damage or even death. The most common form of acquiring the infection is by ingesting raw meat or being in contact with infected animal stool (cat).