Definition of campylobacteriosis
campylobacteriosesplay \ˌkam-pi-lō-bak-ˌtir-ē-ˈō-ˌsēz, kam-ˌpi-lə-\
: bacterial infection with or disease caused by campylobacter Utah County Health Department officials issued a health advisory Wednesday after receiving multiple reports of campylobacteriosis, a disease caused by ingesting bacteria commonly found in unpasteurized milk products and improperly prepared chicken. — Jeremy Twitchell Symptoms of campylobacteriosis include muscle aches, fever, cramps and diarrhea leading to gastrointestinal illness, which can be treated with antibiotics. — The Chicago Daily Herald
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Medical Definition of campylobacteriosis
: infection with or disease caused by bacteria of the genus Campylobacter (such as C. jejuni) that is marked especially by diarrhea, abdominal cramping and pain, fever, nausea, vomiting, and fatigue and that may become life-threatening in immunocompromised individuals ◆Campylobacteriosis is typically associated with the handling of raw poultry or the consumption of unpasteurized dairy products (as milk) or undercooked poultry. It is also transmitted in water or produce contaminated with infected animal waste.
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