GI Diarrhea and Others

GI Diarrhea and Others - friable mucos 5.2. Table 2 Fecal...

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GI Diarrhea and Others 5. Tables 5.1. Table 1 Clinical Features of Diarrheal Diseases Table 1 Clinical Features of Diarrheal Diseases Location of Infection Small Bowel Large Bowel Pathogens V. cholerae Shigella ETEC, EPEC, EAggEC EIEC, EHEC Rotavirus Campylobacter Norwalk virus E. histolytica Giardia Location of pain Midabdomen Lower abdomen, rectum Volume of stool Large Small Type of stool Watery Mucoid Blood in stool Rare Common Leukocytes in stool Rare Common (except in amebiasis) Protoscopy Normal Mucosal ulcers; hemorrhage;
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Unformatted text preview: friable mucos 5.2. Table 2 Fecal Leukocytes in Intestinal Pathogens Table 2 Fecal Leukocytes in Intestinal Pathogens Present Shigella Campylobacter EIEC EHEC Variable Salmonella Yersinia V. parahaemolyticus C. difficile (antibiotic-associated colitis) Absent V. cholerae ETEC EPEC EAggEC Rotavirus Norwalk virus Giardia Iamblia Entamaeba histolytica Food poisoning Staphylococcus aureus Clostridium perfringens Bacillus cereus Viruses 5.3. Algorithm for diarrhea...
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course BSC BSC1086 taught by Professor Joystewart during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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