typhlitis


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typh·li·tis

 (tĭf-lī′tĭs)
n.
Inflammation of the cecum of the large intestine. Also called cecitis.

[Greek tuphlon, cecum, from neuter of tuphlos, blind + -itis.]

typh·lyt′ic (-lĭt′ĭk) adj.

typhlitis

(tɪfˈlaɪtɪs)
n
1. (Pathology) inflammation of the caecum
2. (Pathology) an obsolete name for appendicitis
[C19: from New Latin, from Greek tuphlon the caecum, from tuphlos blind]
typhlitic adj
Translations

typh·li·tis

n. tiflitis, infl. del ciego.
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Necropsy examination revealed congested liver, hypertrophied kidneys, peritonitis, severe typhlitis suggestive of coligranuloma, pneumonia, and airsacculitis, which are typical signs of colisepticemia.
observations Pathologic findings 1 Age 48 d, enteric Enterocolitis syndrome 2 Age 35 d, enteric Enterocolitis syndrome 3 Age 55 d, enteric Enteritis with tracts syndrome; fatal in containing fluids and 24 h tract filled with feces 4 NA Catarral enteritis 5 Age 51 d, enteric Enterocolitis with syndrome, high swollen colon mortality 6 Age 51 d, enteric Enteritis syndrome, high mortality 7 Age 51 d, enteric Enterocolitis, with syndrome swollen colon 8 NA Catarral enteritis 9 NA Typhlitis and colitis, swollen tracts of the gut with fluid content 10 NA Catharral enteritis Bacteriologic Parasitologic Sample findings findings no.