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bacterial pathogens associated with diarrhoea on the island of crete.stool specimens from 3,600 diarrhoeal patients from the island of crete, greece, were examined for bacterial pathogens, during a three-year period (1992-1994). one or more pathogens were identified in 826 patients (22.9%), more often from children. salmonella spp. were the most frequently isolated organisms in 13.6% of the patients, followed by campylobacter in 4.7%, and enteropathogenic escherichia coli (epec) in 3.9%. yersinia enterocolitica was found in 0.7%, shigella spp. in 0.7% and aeromon ...19979384274
childhood yersinia enterocolitica infection in crete. 200616391914
a 5-year study of the bacterial pathogens associated with acute diarrhoea on the island of crete, greece, and their resistance to antibiotics.during a 5-year period (1995-1999) a total of 7090 stool samples obtained from patients with acute diarrhoea, mostly community-acquired, were examined for bacterial pathogens, in the greek island of crete. one or more enteric pathogens were isolated from 987 patients (14%). salmonella enterica were the most commonly isolated bacteria (6%), followed by campylobacter spp. (4.2%), and enteropathogenic escherichia coli (epec) (1.8%). yersinia enterocolitica (0.6%), shigella spp. (0.3%), and aeromona ...200312705628
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