bacillary dysentery

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Synonyms for bacillary dysentery

an acute infection of the intestine by shigella bacteria


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In terms of the aetiology in PI-IBS group, thirteen patients were bacillary dysentery (27.
In support of ongoing disease surveillance, 138 stool samples were processed and sensitive and specific identification of diarrheagenic E coli disease and bacillary dysentery agents was accomplished in 3 days.
Coli and Campylobacter species were confirmed in one case each while there were three confirmed cases of Campylobacter Jejuni and five cases of Bacillary Dysentery.
Bacillary Dysentery as a causative factor of IBS and its pathogenesis.
the defendant meat packing company processed chitterlings (pig intestines) that were eventually sold to the plaintiffs who became ill with bacillary dysentery.
Surfers Against Sewage claims a bather could ingest enough of the harmful pathogens to trigger illness, including: diarrhoea, paralysis, meningitis, fever, mild or influenzal typhodial illness, respiratory disease, enteritis/gastro-enteritis, rashes, typhoid fever, hepatitis, salmonella infections, bacillary dysentery, conjunctivitis, pneumonia and septicaemia, hand, foot and mouth disease, colonic ulceration or herpes.
Bacillary dysentery Bacteria travel the fecal-oral route via contaminated water, food, person-to-person contact.
Shigellosis, also called bacillary dysentery, causes bloody diarrhea, fever, nausea, vomiting, and cramps.