increased short- and long-term risk of inflammatory bowel disease after salmonella or campylobacter gastroenteritis.various commensal enteric and potentially pathogenic bacteria may be involved in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel diseases (ibd). we compared the risk of ibd between a cohort of patients with documented salmonella or campylobacter gastroenteritis and an age- and gender-matched control group from the same population in denmark.200919361507
are host characteristics or exposure factors mainly involved in the acquisition of zoonotic salmonella and campylobacter coinfection in humans?we hypothesized that patients coinfected with zoonotic salmonella and campylobacter were frailer than monoinfected salmonella or campylobacter patients. the study cohort included all first-time salmonella/campylobacter infections in aarhus and north jutland counties, denmark, from 1991 through 2003. data on comorbidity, hospitalization in relation to the salmonella/campylobacter infection, and 1-year mortality were obtained from electronic registries. among 13,449 individuals, 114 (0.85%) had sa ...200919099355
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