prevalence of campylobacter pylori in a tertiary care hospital in the mid-atlantic united states. 19902331197
campylobacter jejuni enteritis in a premature neonate.we have described the first case of campylobacter jejuni enteritis in a premature neonate, whose clinical course was characterized by a self-limited bloody diarrhea accompanied by metabolic acidosis and poor weight gain. the importance of this organism in causing preterm labor in mothers and enteritis in premature neonates awaits systematic study.19873423907
porcine proliferative enteritis: serological, microbiological and pathological studies from three field epizootics.three outbreaks of porcine proliferative enteritis were evaluated clinically, pathologically, microbiologically and serologically. the disease was characterized by a chronic intermittent diarrhea. pathological lesions included a thickened, turbid ileum with the microscopic appearance of proliferating ileal crypt epithelial cells. comma shaped intracytoplasmic organisms were observed in the apical portions of the proliferating crypt epithelial cells with a warthin-starry silver stain. microbiolog ...19863756677
campylobacteriosis associated with raw milk consumption--pennsylvania. 19836406823
increasing fluoroquinolone resistance in campylobacter jejuni, pennsylvania, usa,1982-2001.fluoroquinolone-resistant campylobacter jejuni has been observed worldwide and is now being seen in the united states. among patients in our health-care system in pennsylvania, fluoroquinolone-resistant c. jejuni were not observed from 1982 to 1992; however, resistance increased to 40.5% in 2001. resistance to erythromycin remains at a low level (<5%).200212498672
a survey of foodborne pathogens in bulk tank milk and raw milk consumption among farm families in pennsylvania.a 2-part study was conducted to determine the risk of exposure to human pathogens from raw milk. the first part of the study focused on determining raw milk consumption habits of dairy producers. a total of 248 dairy producers from 16 counties in pennsylvania were surveyed. overall, 105 (42.3%) of the 248 dairy producers consumed raw milk and 170 (68.5%) of the 248 dairy producers were aware of foodborne pathogens in raw milk. dairy producers who were not aware of foodborne pathogens in raw milk ...200616772561
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