Estudos sôbre diarréias agudas. III Encontro de ovos de tracajá (Podocnemis dumeriliana) infectados com Salmonella salford. Santarém – Pará, 1953 - Nota prévia (Publicado originalmente em 1956)
Maroja, R. C
Lowery, W. D
An outbreak of Salmonellosis within a family is described. The family sought the service of the laboratory when four of the 15 persons in the house were taken severely ill with dysentery after having eating row turtle eggs. Stool cultures of 14 members of this family were positive for S. newport it was not possible to secure a sample of the same group of eggs for laboratory information. However examination of other eggs revealed the presence of S. salford. It is believed that the row turtle eggs were responsible for this outbreak for the following reasons: 1) food of family in previous days had been practically the same from day to day and consisted of item well cooked; 2) onset of symptoms after eating row turtle eggs; 3) the one member who did not partake of the eggs was the only member having a negative culture; 4) relative in another city were sent some of the same group of eggs and after eating presents symptoms of Salmonellosis; 5) isolation of Salmonella from other turtle eggs demonstrating the fact that these eggs can be infected with Salmonella.
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-citationMAROJA, R. C; LOWERY, W. D. Estudos sôbre diarréias agudas. III Encontro de ovos de tracajá (Podocnemis dumeriliana) infectados com Salmonella salford. Santarém – Pará, 1953 - Nota prévia (Publicado originalmente em 1956). In: INSTITUTO EVANDRO CHAGAS (Belém). Memórias do Instituto Evandro Chagas, v. 6. Belém: Instituto Evandro Chagas, 2002. p. 117-120. (Produção científica, v. 6).
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-decsPrimaryDiarreia / etiologia
Diarreia / epidemiologia
Salmonella / classificação
Salmonella / patogenicidade
Tartarugas / embriologia