Campylobacter enteritis


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Campylobacter enteritis

[kam¦pī·lə‚bak·tər ‚en·tə′rīd·əs]
(medicine)
A water-borne gastroenteritis caused by Campylobacter jejune.
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An outbreak of Campylobacter enteritis associated with a community water supply on a U.S.
Acute axonal polyneuropathy associated with anti-GM antibodies following campylobacter enteritis. Neurol 1990; 40: 1900-02.
The pate served to guests last May was contaminated with the campylobacter enteritis bacteria, causing 33 guests to fall ill, including a child.
(8), Campylobacter enteritis. (9), Rickettsial infection.
The Dioxin Crisis as Experiment To Determine Poultry-Related Campylobacter Enteritis. Emerg infect dis 2002; 8 (1): 19-22.
He provided significant inputs for elucidation of carcarial dermatitis, balantidium dysentery, cystic hydatidosis, cow pox, Campylobacter enteritis, Cutaneous larva migrans, soil transmitted zoonotic helminths, pet assisted therapy on human beings, humane control of stray animal population and rabies control besides his pioneering contribution on chemotherapeutic regimen of canine transmissible venereal sarcoma and fundamental characterization of Veterinary public health.
Campylobacter enteritis cases are usually self-limiting, but treatment with antibiotics may be required e.g.
Campylobacter enteritis outbreaks associated with drinking raw milk during youth activities.
In a previous unpublished study by TPH (2011) for cases reported from 2006-2009, 1.7% of all (includes Campylobacter enteritis, amebiasis, giardiasis, yersiniosis) LRE cases reported working in sensitive occupations (i.e., health care, food preparation, or in a daycare centre).
(1987) The Miller Fischer syndrome following campylobacter enteritis: a report of two cases.
An increase in the prevalence of pneumonia and Campylobacter enteritis (a bacterial infection) is reported, as well as a doubling of the risk of infection with Clostridium difficile.