typhoid fever


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Synonyms for typhoid fever

serious infection marked by intestinal inflammation and ulceration

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Wasim Khawaja, the spokesperson of PIMS, he said that typhoid fever is a curable disease but care in this regard is necessary.
The commissioner confirmed that the young man death should not be attributed to Lassa Fever but said that the deceased only died of typhoid fever 'which perhaps he did not notice before it led to his death.
The main symptom of the typhoid fever is a high temperature despite the treatment with various antibiotics, head of the Natken regional hospital said.
She has to figure out what is causing the typhoid fever.
TEHRAN (FNA)- That statin you've been taking to lower your risk of heart attack or stroke may one day pull double duty, providing protection against a whole host of infectious diseases, including typhoid fever, chlamydia, and malaria.
Background: During August 2015, unusually high typhoid fever cases were reported from rural Islamabad at Federal General Hospital (FGH), Islamabad.
Typhoid fever and paratyphoid fever: Systematic review to estimate global morbidity and mortality for 2010.
Based on a Mary Beth Keane novel, it tells the story of the first-known healthy carrier of typhoid fever, known as Typhoid Mary as she spread the disease across early 20th century New York.
People were also admitted to hospital with typhoid fever as a primary or secondary diagnosis of typhoid fever 186 times in 2015/16, with mumps 213 times and with measles 87 times.
Typhi isolates from blood cultures of patients suffering from suspected typhoid fever who attended the outpatient clinics or were admitted in the hospitals during December 2013-December 2015 in a tertiary care hospital in Koshi Region (Northern Bihar), India.
Dengue virus infections and typhoid fever are among the endemic diseases in tropical and sub tropical regions of world.
Khalid Shaikh highlighting the importance of the seminar said that due to Typhoid fever millions of children had to suffer and many of them died due to typhoid.
Investigators determined that the typhoid fever in both patients and in a third patient (patient C) was associated with eating in the same restaurant during a 5-day period.
It describes the nature and identification of the etiological agent, Salmonella; two famous outbreaks (the Plague of Athens and the final illness and death of Alexander the Great); the deaths from typhoid fever of major figures in history; the roles of Thomas Willis, William Wood Gerhard, Pierre-Charles-Alexandre Louis, Robert Koch, Walter Reed, William Budd, and others; the diagnostic test developed by Fernand Widal and Albert GrEnbaum; the story of oTyphoid Maryo; the work of Almroth Wright and others in vaccination; typhoid in the American army; and typhoid in the 21st century.