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diarrhoea

(esp US), diarrhea
frequent and copious discharge of abnormally liquid faeces
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Association between intimin (eae) and espB gene subtypes in attaching and effacing Escherichia coli strains isolated from diarrhoeic lambs and goat kids.
Faecal samples: A total of 196 faecal samples from apparently healthy as well as diarrhoeic bovine calves with age group up to 4 months were collected aseptically from both organized and un-organized cattle farms of different places of Kamrup district, Assam, India from June 2014 to May 2015.
Paralytic and diarrhoeic shellfish poisons: occurrence in Europe, toxicity, analysis and regulation.
Detection of the beta2 toxin gene of Clostridium perfringens in diarrhoeic piglets in The Netherlands and Switzerland.
Diarrhoeic stool samples were obtained from 563 patients who were admitted in the various wards like Medicine, Paediatrics, Surgery, Oncology and Orthopaedics during January 2012 to December 2014.
Atypical rotavirus among diarrhoeic children living in Belem, Brazil.
In vitro susceptibility of Escherichia coli strains isolated from diarrhoeic dairy calves to 15 antimicrobial agents.
Detection of Cryptosporidium among diarrhoeic and asymptomatic children in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
The low sensitivity of k'echalera compared to the standard definition may be due, in part, to caregivers perceiving as normal chronic, low-level diarrhoeal symptoms that classify children as diarrhoeic in other settings.
aeruginosa (18 from pathological clinical samples: 10 canine otitis, 3 ant-bear fecal swabs, 2 diarrhoeic suckling-pig faeces, 2 rabbit abscess, 1 ovine purulent exudate and 12 from non-chlorinated water) were studied for their susceptibility to antibiotics such as polimyxin (300 U), colistin (10 [micro]g), piperacillin (100 [micro]g), gentamicin (10 [micro]g) and ciprofloxacin (5 [micro]g) using antibiotic-diffusion in agar Mueller-Hinton by Kirby-Bauer antibiogram (11).