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Related to Yersinia enterocolitica: yersiniosis, Yersinia pseudotuberculosis
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YENTYersinia Enterocolitica
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Amplification of 16s rRNA gene identified 25 isolates as Yersinia enterocolitica. In other words, 25% of chicken meat samples were contaminated with Yersinia enterocolitica in northeast of Iran.
S0gaard, "Yersinia enterocolitica coxitis after hip replacement: a case report," Acta Orthopaedica Scandinavica, vol.
3 11 25 12 51 Enterobacter species 16 13 15 -- 44 Klebsiella oxytoca -- -- 6 -- 6 Klebsiella pneumonia 23 -- -- 3 26 Staphylococcus aureus 6 3 38 -- 47 Proteus species -- -- 5 -- 5 Yersinia enterocolitica 3 -- 3 -- 3 Total 51 56 95 46 248 Table 2: Socio demographic characteristics association with resistance pattern of clinical isolates.
Serological relationship between cattle exposed to Brucella abortus, Yersinia enterocolitica O: 9 and Escherichia coli O157: H7.
Yersinia enterocolitica palearctica serobiotype O:3/4--a successful group of emerging zoonotic pathogens.
Antibiotic treatment of Yersinia enterocolitica septicemia: a retrospective review of 43 cases.
Mesenteric lymphadenitis has also been observed in the context of well-defined zoonotic infections such as yersiniosis (caused either by Yersinia enterocolitica or by Yersinia pseudotuberculosis) and nontyphoidal Salmonella infection.
gondiior Yersinia enterocolitica are close differential diagnoses and may have similar clinical and/or pathological presentation.
Vets told Kimi Cowie-McCash, 40, that her fivemonth-old boxer Lily had a rare bug called Yersinia enterocolitica, which had caused severe stomach problems in the pup.
These included Candida, a fungus that is a form of yeast; Campylobacter, a major cause of food-borne diarrhea; Shigella and Salmonella, which cause diarrhea, fever, and stomach cramps; and Yersinia enterocolitica, which causes similar symptoms.
More often the disease occurred in the form of acute enteric infection, salmonellosis, dysentery, shigellosis, and enteritis, caused by Yersinia enterocolitica.
aureus, Salmonella, STEC, and Yersinia enterocolitica may not grow in hard cheese ([less than or equal to] 39% of moisture content) and semi-soft cheese (> 39%-<50% of moisture content) such as Colby and Blue cheeses (Reiter et al., 1964; Norholt, 1984; Ryser and Marth, 1987a; Yousef and Marth, 1988; Gengeorgis et al., 1991; Kosikowski and Mistry, 1997).