Recent Examples on the WebThe most likely other possibility is some sort of enteric fever, like something that is maybe gastrointestinal.
Sarah Zhang, The Atlantic, 26 Apr. 2021 The strains infecting the farmers, who lived 5500 to 1600 years ago, include the progenitor of paratyphi C, a strain that causes a deadly form of enteric fever similar to typhoid fever today.
Ann Gibbons, Science | AAAS, 24 Feb. 2020 Typhoid fever is an enteric fever, as was the disease that caused a devastating 1545 epidemic in modern-day Mexico.
Kate Sheridan, Newsweek, 15 Jan. 2018
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