The infection described most often was psittacosis followed by salmonellosis
in a tertiary care centre in South India.
Comment: The conclusion is fairly straightforward--kids who handle reptiles are at an increased risk of contracting salmonellosis
and, when they do get salmonellosis
, they are much sicker than kids who catch the disease other ways.
Geo-location of Study: An active surveillance was undertaken to determine the prevalence of a salmonellosis
associated with diarrhea in adult goats (meant for human consumption) in Lahore Punjab Pakistan which is located between 3115'"3145' N and7401'"7439' E.
The diagnosis was solitary parotid gland extraintestinal salmonellosis
within Warthin's tumor, secondary to uncomplicated bacteremia accompanying enterocolitis.
Keywords: Poultry, Salmonellosis
, Prevalence, Broiler Breeder, Kasur
can spread among birds through contact with the feces of infected birds.
Raw sprouts repeatedly have been identified as a cause of salmonellosis
Salmonella, the causative agent of salmonellosis
, results in many of the intestinal infections and food-related illnesses reported in the United States.
Salmonella infection, known as salmonellosis
, causes diarrhea, fever, vomiting and abdominal cramps.
Patterns for salmonellosis
and campylobacteriosis were similar to overall enteric trends.
7 December 2009 - Beef Packers, Inc, of Fresno, California, is recalling approximately 22,723 pounds of ground beef products that may be linked to an outbreak of salmonellosis
, the US government said today.