Medical Dictionary: Enteric fever
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Enteric fever: Another name for Typhoid fever.
Enteric fever (condition): Fever from bacterial food poisoning.
Enteric fever (condition): A gastrointestinal condition mainly in the developing world. It is caused by a bacterial infection, usually as a form of food poisoning. Typhoid fever is unrelated to the similarly named typhus (a tick-borne infection).
Enteric fever: Typhoid fever is a life-threatening illness caused by the bacterium
More information on medical condition: Typhoid fever:
- Introduction: Typhoid fever
- Basic Summary for Typhoid fever
- Types of Typhoid fever
- Risk Factors for Typhoid fever
- Symptoms of Typhoid fever
- Complications of Typhoid fever
- Diagnostic Tests for Typhoid fever
- Misdiagnosis of Typhoid fever
- Treatments for Typhoid fever
- Prevention of Typhoid fever
1. excerpt from Typhoid Fever (General): DBMD
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