entericoid fever

en·ter·i·coid fe·ver

a fever, neither paratyphoid nor typhoid, resembling the latter.

entericoid fever

[enter′ikoid]
Etymology: Gk, enteron + eidos, form
a typhoid-like febrile disease characterized by intestinal inflammation and dysfunction. See also enteric infection, typhoid fever.

entericoid fever

A nonspecific term for an infection that has features of typhoid and paratyphoid fevers.

en·ter·i·coid fe·ver

(en-ter'i-koyd fē'vĕr)
A fever, neither paratyphoid nor typhoid, but resembling the latter.