No," he answered, "it is an attack of peritonitis
, which will be fatal, but which does not differ physically from many other cases that have come under my observation.
However, after it his health sharply declined due to a perforation of his bowel during surgery, through which he contracted a bacterial infection called peritonitis
They will be indicated for the treatment of newly approved conditions in addition to respiratory infections, thereby increasing the indications (excluding peritonitis
for which an oral agent is not indicated) for switch therapy from injection to oral medicine with the same active ingredient.
1921: Enrico Caruso, the great Italian tenor, died |aged 48 from peritonitis
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Zoo vet Michael Griffith said: "Unfortunately the calf had picked up an infection at birth and despite receiving medications, last week the calf succumbed to peritonitis
[an intestinal infection].
In chickens, differential diagnoses for salpingitis and peritonitis
are infection with avian pathogenic Escherichia coli, Salmonella enterica, Mycoplasma gallisepticum, Pasteurella multocida, and Gallibacterium anatis.
1921: Enrico Caruso, the great Italian tenor, died aged 48 from peritonitis
Ian Singleton, assistant coroner for Wiltshire and Swindon, told the hearing that a post mortem found the animal had worn-down teeth, swollen and red gums and peritonitis
in several teeth.
A systemic infection of ferrets closely resembling feline infectious peritonitis
(FIP) was subsequently reported among ferrets in the United States and Europe.
The presence of the gas in a certain location might have been a clue that Mrs Chowen was suffering from peritonitis
, which caused her death very soon afterwards.
Mr Totterdale's family quizzed the medical staff about why they missed the peritonitis
that ultimately claimed his life.