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typhoidal

 [ti-foi´dal]
resembling typhoid fever.

ty·phoi·dal

(tī-foy'dăl),
Relating to or 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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Handojoet al (27) found 7% false positivity for Widal test in non typhoidal cases.
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Another aspect of this disease worth noting is that typhoidal or pneumonic tularemia, especially in non-endemic areas, should suggest the possibility of an act of bioterrorism.
Typhoidal tularemia patients present with fever, weight loss and prostration but not lymphadenopathy.
[21] Torres, et al reported 10 cases of typhoidal solitary splenic abscesses.
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Other forms of tularemia include oculoglandular (infection of the eye) and typhoidal (fever without localizing signs) (3).
Antimicrobial resistance in non- typhoidal Salmonellafrom human sources, Spain, 2001-2003.
The clinical presentations are serious and multiple, ranging from glandular to pneumonic and typhoidal presentations.
It is interesting to note that an association between non-typhoidal salmonellosis and/or typhoidal salmonellosis and malaria was reported in the studies reviewed.
Occasionally tularemia in humans is divided into 2 categories: the external form which includes the ulceroglandular form (in which local or regional signs predominate) and the internal form which includes the more lethal typhoidal form (in which systemic signs dominate the clinical picture).
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