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typhoid

Pathol
1. resembling typhus
2. short for typhoid fever
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In vitro susceptibility of typhoidal Salmonellae against newer anti-microbial agents: A search for alternate treatments options.
Same species; different diseases: How and why typhoidal and non typhoidal Salmonella enterica serovars differ.
In a multinational population-based cohort study conducted over 8 years total of 622 salmonella bacteraemias were reported, non-typhoidal isolates were490 (79%), and 132 were typhoidal salmonella cases.
Typhi by PCR is now well established for the diagnosis of typhoidal diseases and provides superior specificity and sensitivity as compared with conventional methods [22].
Antimicrobial resistance in non- typhoidal Salmonellafrom human sources, Spain, 2001-2003.
The health and comfort of the large communities inhabiting those parts of the State situated on the Mississippi [R]iver are not alone concerned, but contagious and typhoidal diseases introduced in the river communities may spread themselves throughout the territory of the State.
The typhoidal form of tularemia involves severe systemic illness in the absence of signs that would indicate the site of inoculation or the anatomic localization of the infection.
Of these, typhoidal and pneumonic tularemia are most likely to result from bioterrorist attacks delivered as aerosols.
Other less common presentations include oculoglandular (with severe conjunctivitis); oropharyngeal (typically caused by ingestion of contaminated meat); typhoidal form (a sepsis-like presentation with high fever); and the pneumonic form (due to aerosolized particles).