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25.4 Viral Diseases of the Digestive System -- Part 3
The symptoms of trichinellosis include a high temperature.
The eyes and gastrointestinal upset were caused by eating raw sausage.
There are a number of serological tests that can be used in a diagnosis.
A sero reduces inflammation.
Over the past 10 years, the number of cases has grown.
The United States has varied from 16 to 129.
Death is very rare.
Acid is produced at the site of the plaque.
Where it matters the most is where you study it.
The Study Area of Mastering Microbiology can be used to explore the dentin and pulp.
Carbohydrates such as mannitol are Modules.
There are illnesses in the United States.
Actinomycetes and gram-negativebacteria are usually the cause of diseases of the digestive system.
The fecal-oral cycle of transmission can be broken by the loss of teeth, and periodontitis is caused by an inflammatory response to the disposal of sewage.
The growth of a pathogen in the intestines can cause a gastrointestinal infection.
cubation times range from 12 hours to 2 weeks There are small molecule symptoms that can be transmitted by blood or lymph infections.
Feces are eliminated through toxins.
After ingestion of the toxin, there are symptoms.
The immune system includes GALT.
These conditions are usually treated with fluid and electrolyte replacement.
There are a lot ofbacteria in the mouth.
There are few micro organisms in the stomach and small intestine.
Staphylococcal food poisoning can be caused by the ingestion of vitamins.
Up to 40% of the fecal mass isMicrobes.
It's not enough to boil for 30 minutes.
When tooth enamel and dentin are eroded, the source of the pulp is most likely exposed to a bacterium.
Dental plaque is formed by the sticky dextran.
Symptoms include blood and mucus in stools.
Recovery can result in carrier samples if mortality is less than 1%.
The condition is usually associated with health care environments.
After a period of 2 weeks, there are signs of illness.
The vaccine for high-risk people is available.
The respiratory tract is where the Mumps virus enters and leaves the body.
50% of the parotid glands are affected by the disease.
There is a vaccine available.
Inflammation of the body's tissues is called inflammation.
Loss or contaminated mol usks are symptoms.
There is inflammation and bleeding of the colon caused by Shiga toxins, which are caused by the hepatitis B virus.
The HcV is transmitted through blood.
The fecal-oral route is where the HEV is spread.
The incubation period is between 2 to 3 days.
Some fungi produce mycotoxins.
Mycotoxins can affect many parts of the body.
The definitive host of the tapeworm is the gut of humans.
Adult tapeworms can be found in a human.
When the pork tapeworm and abdominal cramps persist for weeks, it can be a symptom of neurological cysticercosis.
There is a pathogen in the water.
The produce is contaminated with it.
Live attached to the lining.
A patient's fecal culture was examined with a microscope.
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