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Acute hemorrhagic necrotizing enteritis

Acute hemorrhagic necrotizing enteritis is an acute enteritis associated with the infection of Bacillus perfringens type C. the disease is mainly in the small intestine, and the pathological changes are characterized by bleeding and necrosis of the intestinal wall. The main clinical manifestations were abdominal pain, bloody stool, fever, vomiting and abdominal distension. Severe cases may have toxic symptoms such as shock and intestinal paralysis and complications such as intestinal perforation.

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Acute hemorrhagic necrotizing enteritis

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