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[The differential diagnosis of intestinal amebiasis].

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Type
Published Article
Journal
Meditsinskaia parazitologiia i parazitarnye bolezni
Publication Date
Issue
6
Pages
15–17
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PMID: 2290391
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Medline

Abstract

Differential diagnosis of intestinal amebiasis (106 patients), acute Flexner's dysentery (105 patients) and nonspecific ulcerative colitis (31 patients) based on the clinical data and rectoromanoscopic findings is described. Rapidly and gradually progressing in the first 7 days intestinal amebiasis is characterized by a gradual onset, normal t0 with mounting general weakness, celiectasia, diarrhea with hyaloid mucus, focal catarrh-hemorrhagic changes and appearance of individual oval transversal ulcers on the colon mucosa.

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