Salmonellosis meaning

sălmə-nĕ-lōsĭs
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Infection with salmonellae, marked by intestinal problems and fever and caused especially by eating certain improperly stored or undercooked foods.
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A disease caused by various strains of salmonella and characterized by fever and intestinal disorders.
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Infection with salmonella bacteria of serotypes other than those that cause typhoid and paratyphoid fever, characterized in humans by fever, diarrhea, and vomiting and usually caused by ingestion of contaminated food. Symptoms in animals include enteritis and septicemia, but many infected animals display no symptoms.
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(pathology) Any of several diseases caused by infection with Salmonella bacteria.
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Origin of salmonellosis