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SYNO enteric fever | typhoid | typhoid fever
tífusz {noun}
typhoid (fever)
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Translation for 'typhoid' from English to Hungarian

typhoid (fever)
tífusz {noun}orvost.
Usage Examples English
  • Much of the foundational knowledge about typhoid fever pathology, diagnosis of typhoid fever, and the foundational work that lead to the two typhoid vaccines in use today are contributed by Dr.
  • He was best known for discovering Mary Mallon, also known as Typhoid Mary, an asymptomatic carrier of typhoid fever.
  • Both the live cholera vaccine and live typhoid vaccine can be made ineffective if given with ampicillin.
  • Army physician who perfected a typhoid vaccine in 1909.
  • Pfeiffer was a pioneer in typhoid vaccination. He discovered the specific bacteria-dissolving immune bodies in cholera and typhus.
  • Rose spots are red macules 2-4 millimeters in diameter occurring in patients with enteric fever (which includes typhoid and paratyphoid).
  • French physician Fernand Widal (1862–1929) put Gruber and Durham's discovery to practical use later in 1896, using the reaction as the basis for a test for typhoid fever.
  • Typhoid Mary first appeared in "Daredevil" #254 (May 1988), and was created by writer Ann Nocenti and artist John Romita Jr.
  • During the war, disease ran rampant in the overcrowded and unsanitary military encampments in the United States. "Typhoid fever and not Spanish bayonets was the principal hazard of war," observed college historian Walter Stemmons.
  • In 2000, typhoid fever caused an estimated 21.7 million illnesses and 217,000 deaths. Since November 2016, Pakistan has had an outbreak of extensively drug-resistant (XDR) typhoid fever.
  • At the Center for Vaccine Development Neuzil has developed and deployed vaccines to protect against a range of diseases including typhoid fever, shigellosis, malaria and cholera.
  • Mary Mallon, known as "Typhoid Mary", was an asymptomatic carrier of "Salmonella enterica" serovar typhi, the causative agent of typhoid fever.
  • His obituary published by the "Maitland Mercury" gave his cause of death as typhoid fever, however it subsequently published a denial which stated he had been suffering from a remittent fever for six weeks, with no sign of typhoid.
  • Ryan's efforts in typhoid have largely focused on using high throughput analyses to characterize both pathogen responses during typhoid fever, including bacterial gene expression in infected humans, and human immune responses to bacterial infection.
  • Bourdain published a hypothetical historical investigation, "Typhoid Mary: An Urban Historical", about Mary Mallon, an Irish-born cook believed to have infected 53 people with typhoid fever between 1907 and 1938.
  • As a young doctor studying typhoid's effects, he injected himself with typhoid blood, thus contracting the disease and nearly died from its complications.
  • A defining event of the Spanish–American War was the typhoid fever epidemic of July to November 1898.
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