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Incidence of diarrhea: poor parental recall ability
(Brazilian Society of Infectious Diseases, 2007-12-01)
Several methodological issues may have an impact on the incidence rates of childhood acute diarrhea reported by community-based studies. This study was performed to assess the impact of parental recall ability and definition ...
Effectiveness of rotavirus vaccine against hospitalized rotavirus diarrhea: a case-control study
(Elsevier Science, 2014-05)
pic gene of enteroaggregative Escherichia coli and its association with diarrhea in Peruvian children
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
Enteroaggregative Escherichia coli (EAEC) causes acute and persistent diarrhea among children, HIV-infected patients, and travelers to developing countries. We have searched for 18 genes-encoding virulence factors associated ...
Acute diarrhea among children from high and low socioeconomic communities in Salvador, Brazil
(International Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1996)
Infectious agents in acute and chronic diarrhea of chilhood
(Chronic diarrea a in children: Raven Press p. 237 - 252, 1984)
Even today acute diarrheal disease is thought of by many laymen as well as by some medical professionals in developing countries as being a syndrome of alimentary origin. Despite recognition of shigellosis, cholera, ...
Infectious diarrheas of infants and young children
Acute diarrhea' disease was once attributed to "indigestion." Although shigellosis, cholera, salmonellosis, giardiasis, and amebiasis have long been recognized as distinct clinical entities, it was not too long ago ...
Isolation of Campylobacter jejuni from viscera and bile secretion of broiler chickens with diarrhea
(Soc Brasileira Microbiologia, 1997-04-01)
Since chickens are important reservoirs of Campylobacter jejuni and their meat is the most frequent route of transmission for human campylobacteriosis, the purpouse of the present study was to investigate the presence of ...
Diarrhea and its effect on growth
The predominant etiology of diarrhea in the general population of underdeveloped countries is infection by viruses and bacteria. Studies in rural areas clearly suggest an infectious cause. For example, diarrhea initially ...