Infection of the intestines resulting in severe diarrhea with the presence of blood and mucus in the feces,
Infection of the intestines resulting in severe diarrhea with the presence of blood and mucus in the feces
an infection of the intestines marked by severe diarrhea
Dysentery (formerly known as flux or the bloody flux) is an inflammatory disorder of the intestine, especially of the colon, that results in severe diarrhea containing mucus and/or blood in the feces with fever and abdominal pain. If left untreated, dysentery can be fatal.
(dysenteric) Of, relating, or pertaining to dysentery
infectious disease of the colon. Symptoms include bloody, mucus-filled diarrhea, abdominal pain, fever, and loss of fluids from the body.
The discharge of fecal matter by adult bees within the hive. Commonly contributing conditions are nosema disease, excess moisture in the hive, starvation conditions, and low quality food. Tan, brown, or black fecal smears on combs or outside of hive indicate such a problem.
an abnormal condition of adult bees characterized by severe diarrhea and usually caused by starvation, low-quality food, moist sur roundings, or nosema infection.
A disease characterized by severe diarrhea
An illness characterised by frequent, small-volume, severe diarrhoea which shows blood in the faeces along with internal cramping and painful straining to pass stools. Other symptoms include fever and malaise.
(pronounced DISS-ehn-terr-ee) Intestinal disease causing severe diarrhea. Dysentery was a leading cause of deaths by disease.
Frequent watery stools, usually containing blood/mucus; associated with inflammation of the intestine, usually the colon (Entamoeba histolytica, Trichuris trichiura).
A term given to a number of disorders marked by inflammation of the large intestine and attended by frequent stools containing blood and mucus
(n.): an intestinal infection caused by germs or amoebae (micro-organisms of ever-changing shape). Back
A condition in which excretion of stools frequently containing blood and mucus.
An infectious disease that plagued camps and ghettos which caused uncontrollable diarrhea and resulted in internal bleeding, uclers, and other stomach problems.
Inflammation of the colon with frequent passage of mucous and blood
(dihs ihn teh ree) a life-threatening intestinal disease causing internal hemorrhaging, diarrhea, and vomiting that dehydrates as it depletes the body of electrolytes.
General term for a group of diseases characterized by swelling of the mucous membrane in the large intestine. Symptoms include nausea, diarrhea, ulcers, blood and mucous in stool.
a condition of severe diarrhea with passage of blood and/or mucus
A disease of the intestines which caused severe diarrhea. Dysentery was common among soldiers and thousands died from it during the war.
(n) : excretion of bowels with mucus or blood
an infection and ulceration of the lower part of the bowels that causes severe diarrhoea with the passage of mucus and blood. There are two forms of dysentery caused by different organisms. ...
an infection that causes you to need the toilet a lot and which makes it very painful to go.
A malady of adult bees marked by an accumulation of excess feces or waste products, and by their release in and near the hive.
Intestinal infection, caused by viruses, bacteria, or protozoan, that causes diarrhea and cramps.
A condition of adult bees that results in watery discharge of feces; usually released in and near the hive. Often associated with nosema disease.