Medical Microbiology Systemic Bacteriology G-ve Bacilli Enterobacteriaceae Lecture-12 Dr. Saleh M Y OTH PhD Medical Molecular Biotechnology and Infectious Diseases 12/11/2010 MBBS-Phase II-IMS - MSU
* Enteric fever ( S. typhi and S. paratyphi A,B and C)
* Enterocolitis (food poisoning)
* Bacteraemia with focal lessions; osteomylitis, pnemonia and meningitis
Salmonella (cont’d) The source of infection is the stool or urine of cases or carriers. The organisms enter the body by oral route in contaminated food or drinks e.g; raw vegetables, fruits, raw shell fish and milk products.