bacterial enteritis

bacterial enteritis

inflammation of the intestine caused by bacterial infection; the most common types in humans are Campylobacter enteritis, Salmonella enteritis, Shigella enteritis, and Yersinia enteritis.
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The patient was then given a diagnosis of bacterial enteritis and received intravenous azithromycin and latamoxef.
No other diagnoses were rendered (eg, adenovirus colitis, bacterial enteritis, or IBD).
Diarrheogenic bacterial enteritis in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome: a light and electron microscopy study of 52 cases.
infection is the leading cause of bacterial enteritis worldwide.
In the 1980s, the introduction of fluoroquinolones, which are effective against most major pathogens causing bacterial enteritis, offered a new approach to antibiotic intervention (6).