Campylobacter Diarrhoea in Children and Adults
Acute diarrhoeal disease is a major cause of morbidity throughout the world and one of the leading causes of mortality among children in developing countries. Even though the mortality rates are low in industrialized countries, the morbidity is high.
KeywordsMiddle East Scandinavian Country Swedish Patient Middle East Country Broiler Flock
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