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typhoidal

 [ti-foi´dal]
resembling typhoid fever.

ty·phoi·dal

(tī-foy'dăl),
Relating to or resembling typhoid fever.

typhoidal

/ty·phoid·al/ (ti-foi´dal) resembling typhoid fever.

ty·phoi·dal

(tī-foyd'ăl)
Relating to or resembling typhoid fever.

ty·phoi·dal

(tī-foyd'ăl)
Relating to or resembling typhoid fever.
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Because the pneumonic and typhoidal forms carry a risk of fatal outcome, a clinical suspicion, thorough history, and compatible clinical manifestations are indicators for initiating therapy.
Tularemia -- clinical manifestations Disease Frequency Mode of acquisition Ulceroglandular 80% Arthropod inoculation or direct inoculation Glandular 15% across the dermis Oculoglandular 1% Inoculation of tularemia in the eye (infectious fluids, auto-inoculation or dander) Oropharyngeal <5% Ingestion of raw/undercooked meat or Typhoidal Rare contaminated water Pneumonic Rare Inhalation or hematogenous spread following local (glandular or typhoidal) infection Table 2.
The second outbreak occurred when the population of the common vole (Microtus arvalis) peaked, and >65% of case-patients had typhoidal and pneumonic forms of tularemia (12,13), which is consistent with infection by inhalation.
The first clinical case for which treatment of illness caused by typhoidal Salmonella spp.
Patients were excluded if they were associated with an obvious outbreak (as noted by the state health departments) or if they had a typhoidal Salmonella infection (either Typhi or Paratyphi A).
Antimicrobial resistance in typhoidal and non-typhoidal salmonellae.