bacillary dysentery


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Noun1.bacillary dysentery - an acute infection of the intestine by shigella bacteriabacillary dysentery - an acute infection of the intestine by shigella bacteria; characterized by diarrhea and fever and abdominal pains
dysentery - an infection of the intestines marked by severe diarrhea
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bac·il·la·ry dys·en·ter·y

n. infección del colon causada por microorganismos.
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A decade (2004-2013) of surveillance in Beijing indicates that bacillary dysentery consistently ranked as the infectious disease of the highest incidence, except for a second place ranking in 2013, in which bacillary dysentery was 3-6-fold the national average incidence (29).
Diseases spread by the faecal-oral route, such as "hepatitis A, bacillary dysentery, and many diarrhoeal" diseases; these are transmitted by water and also by other sources, such as food or hands.
Quantifying the Impact of Floods on Bacillary Dysentery in Dalian City, China, From 2004 to 2010.
Malnutrition, diseases like polio, typhoid fever or bacillary dysentery, cryptosporidiosis, cholera, rotavirus infections, and a variety of worm infestations, continue to endanger the health of children and old people.
From May 2013 to January 2015, Eighty-nine IBS patients were recruited in the internal medicine department of the affiliated hospital of Shandong university of Traditional Chinese medicine for this study, including 48 PI-IBS patients with a history of acute enteritis, bacillary dysentery or related gastrointestinal infection within the previous 3 to 12 months and 41 non-PI-IBS patients.
2) The shigellosis or bacillary dysentery form of diarrheal disease is caused by various chromosomal and plasmid produced virulence factors including invasion plasmid antigen H (Shig-ipaH) encoded by a gene conserved across Shigella and enteroinvasive E coli (EIEC) species.
Arbovirus, bacillary dysentery, some had 10-21 days e.