Clinical features of types A and B food-borne botulism
Food-borne botulism is also known as "classical" botulism, as it was the first form of the disease described in literature.
Food-borne botulism is thought to be an uncommon clinical condition in India and is rarely reported.
usually results from ingestion of food that has become contaminated with spores in an anaerobic environment.
After nearly six months in a Portland hospital, recovering from a bout with food-borne botulism that left him paralyzed but fully alert, McKinney returned to Eugene on Friday and was admitted to Sacred Heart Medical Center.
Fewer than 30 cases of food-borne botulism are reported each year in the United States.
Botulinum neurotoxins, known primarily for causing cases of food-borne botulism
, are produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum and the related species Clostridium baratii and Clostridium butyricum.
Two days after the whale was found, a physician reported three suspected cases of food-borne botulism
Alaska was chosen as a test location for evaluation on patients with potential botulinum toxin exposure (botulism) since the state has the highest incidence of food-borne botulism
in the United States.
and its epidemiological features as seen in our country during the last few years.
is exceedingly rare in the United States, mainly because most people eat fresh food or food that's been properly preserved.
in Alaska, 1947-1985: epidemiology and clinical findings.