Newcastle diseaseIt is a disease of poultry caused by a Ribulavirus causing both respiratory and enteric infection
in chickens of all ages.
Freedman reported on behalf of the Alberta Provincial Pediatric Enteric Infection
Whether and how commensal gut microbes affect the capacity of immune system to fight enteric infection
remains largely unknown.
A damage caused by an enteric infection
consists not only in the mortality of farm animals and poultry but also in the fact that the recovered animals and poultry are bacilli carriers during a long period and become constant sources of the environmental contamination.
perfringens type C is one of the most important causes of enteric infection
in foals (BUESCHEL et al.
Systematic review: the use of proton pump inhibitors and increased susceptibility to enteric infection
Residents of Abkhazia began appealing to medical institutions with a diagnosis acute enteric infection
on November 24.
It has been noted that gender does not play a role in enteric disease-associated ReA, and adults compared to children, are more susceptible to ReA following an enteric infection
According to a recent report of PCRWR, the incidences of typhoid fever, bacillary sysentery, infectious hepatitis and other enteric infection
in many countries may be transmitted through water.
The ACI/Council Coalition focused on enteric infection
and disease where transient bacteria are transferred to the mouth by hands contaminating food that is subsequently-ingested.
Tri-county comprehensive assessment of risk factors for sporadic reportable bacterial enteric infection
They suggested that "among genetically susceptible individuals, IBD may arise subsequent to an enteric infection
due to an alteration of the gut epithelial barrier resulting in exposure to commensal and/or pathogenic microflora and disturbed adaptive and innate immune responses leading to disease.