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Spirillosis

Rat bit fever is an acute infectious disease caused by rodents or other rodents. The pathogens are Spirillum and Streptococcus moniliforme. Those caused by Spirillum have recurrent high fever, local induration ulcer, lymphadenitis and rash.

Symptoms

Bacillus cereus food poisoning

Senile acute appendicitis

Appendiceal parasitic disease

Acute abdomen of the elderly

Blue rubber bubble nevus syndrome

Viral hepatitis in the elderly

Acute appendicitis in the elderly

Giardia lamblia

Irritable bowel syndrome in the elderly

Senile acute pancreatitis

Lang Ovi syndrome

Senile cholelithiasis

Pseudomembranous enterocolitis in the elderly

Upper gastrointestinal bleeding in the elderly

Senile hepatic encephalopathy

Esophageal hiatal hernia in the elderly

Senile cirrhosis

Senile colonic polyps

Alcoholic liver disease in the elderly

Peptic ulcer in the elderly

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