dysentery


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A person with amoebiasis will experience severe amoebic dysentery, which is indicated by abdominal cramping, diarrhoea, stool that is accompanied by blood or mucus, nausea and vomiting, loss of weight, and an intermittent fever.
KEY WORDS: Anti-bacterial agents, Drug therapy, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Gastroenteritis, Review.
A SOLDIER who died on the Western Front is helping scientists tackle dysentery, it was revealed yesterday.
As a result incidence of water borne diseases like cholera, typhoid, paratyphoid and dysentery were increasing.
Hepatitis, tuberculosis, syphilis, dysentery and gonorrhea accounted for 94 percent of the cases in this category, Xinhua quoted the statement as saying.
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In 1422 he died unheroically of dysentery at the French Castle of Vincennes.
One or two members of every family have contracted dysentery and diarrhoea like infections and number of infected persons is on rise.
Put another way, he's about as funny as amoebic dysentery.
The snaring of an innocent man, Held at compounds by the sea, A new world faced without consent, Chains entrap a spirit free, A voyage cruel; two seasons long, From coast to coast the rigging lashed, Cat o' nines would quash decent, The flesh of humans brutally thrashed, Devoid of food or sanitary, No written words describe the smell, No light pervades beneath the decks, Conditions worse than those of hell, Amoebic, scurvy, dysentery, All poor souls would be lost, Expendable cargo; a commodity, Overboard the sickly freely tossed, The trading of a human life, With thoughts and feelings just like me, Denied the rights of freedom, just, Forgiveness there can never be.
Hepatitis, tuberculosis, syphilis, dysentery and gonorrhea were the top five killers, causing 96% of the deaths from class B diseases.
The leaves of Mangifera indica were used for treatment of toothache, tooth infections and dysentery.
1422: King Henry V of England died in Vincennes, France, struck down with dysentery.
Al-Safani explained the reasons behind paient increases during Ramadan, saying: "Lack of health awareness among the majority of Yemenis and lack of attention to personal hygiene leads to the spread of several diseases among Yemenis," He indicated that dysentery is common during Ramadan, and transmitted through ingestion of Shigella bacteria [a bacterium that causes food poisoning and diarrheal illness which is present in different kinds of salads and some uncooked vegetables].