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Rasberries, persistent diarrhea, anorexia, fatigue, weight loss, nausea
abrupt chest pain and fever; mimics pleurisy
Abdominal pain, fever, no diarrhea, undercooked pork
What factor is used to diagnose Rotavirus
Cruise ships, contaminated water, low ID50; cramps, nausea, fever, headache, long asymptomatic period
Fever, nausea, watery diarrhea, daycare centers
Inflammatory exudative caused primarily by c. difficile toxin
Bloody diarrhea, invades M0, eggs, milk, reptiles
Abdominal cramps, watery diarrhea, tenderness, fever, Really high leukocyte count, abx use
Fried rice, heat stable spores, without fever
Contaminated water, abdominal pain, bloating, flatulence, malabsorption, 1-4 week incubation
Profuse watery diarrhea accompanied by muscular cramps; severe dehydration
Winter in the sunbelt, late winter in new england; fever, vomiting, foul nonbloody diarrhea, dehydration
Long incubation period, undercooked poultry, HLA-B27: assoc. with GBS, Re+ arthritis, spondyloarthropathy
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NV within 6 hours, Heat stable enterotoxin (+) vagus and increases cytotoxins, potato salad, mayonnaise, church poisoning
Summer to early fall, fecal-oral, some respiratory, children affected, aseptic meningitis
low infectious dose, bloody diarrhea, use IPA to invade intestinal epithelial cells, doesn't produce H2S
Herpangina: Vesicular pharyngitis, sore throat, fever, small gray lesions, Hand, foot, and mouth disease
Severe Watery diarrhea, salads, meats, no fever, young and travelers in the developing world
Nonbloody diarrhea; unique pattern of adherence
Affects children under 4, nonseasonal, types 40/41 cause gastroenteritis, agglutination used for Dx
Bloody diarrhea, no fever, O157 LPS, HUS, TTP, raw ground beef
Deli and Dairy food in Immunocomprimised and pregnant patients: fever, myalgia, meningitis, abortion, G(+) bacteria
Affects children under 4, late winter and Spring, fecal-oral
Contaminated shellfish from the Atlantic, watery diarrhea
Traveler's diarrhea, shigella like, bloody diarrhea
Exudative plaques, PMN infiltrate in colonic lamina propria, abscesses in the crypts

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