summer diarrhea

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sum·mer di·ar·rhe·a

diarrhea of infants in hot weather, usually an acute gastroenteritis due to the presence of Shigella or Salmonella.
Synonym(s): choleraic diarrhea
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summer diarrhea

An obsolete, nonspecific term for acute gastroenteritis that tends to more commonly infect of infants in hot weather, especially with Shigella and Salmonella species.
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sum·mer di·ar·rhe·a

(sŭm'ĕr dī'ă-rē'ă)
Intestinal disorder of infants in hot weather, usually an acute gastroenteritis due to Shigella or Salmonella.
Synonym(s): choleraic diarrhea.
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summer diarrhea

Diarrhea occurring in children during months when rotavirus is not prevalent. Shigella, Campylobacter jejuni, and cryptosporidia are among the most common causes.
See also: diarrhea
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