parenteric fever


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par·en·ter·ic fe·ver

one of a group of fevers clinically resembling typhoid and paratyphoid A and B, but caused by bacteria differing specifically from those of either of these diseases.
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parenteric fever

A nonspecific term for a non-Salmonella-induced febrile gastroenteritis that is clinically similar to typhoid and paratyphoid fevers.
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par·en·ter·ic fe·ver

(par'en-ter'ik fē'vĕr)
One of a group of fevers clinically resembling typhoid and paratyphoid A and B, but caused by bacteria differing specifically from those of either of these diseases.
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