Campylobacter enteritis (see Enteric Campylobacteriosis)

Bacterial Diseases
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Animals Involved

Poultry, cattle, swine, dogs, cats, rodents, other mammals, wild birds

Known Distributions

Worldwide

Probable Means of Spreading

Foodborne (especially poultry and other meats, unpasteurized dairy products); waterborne; contact with infected animals (fecal/oral)

Clinical Manifestations in People

Gastroenteritis from mild cases to fulminating or relapsing colitis; occasional sequelae such as reactive arthritis; occasionally, other syndromes, including sepsis

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