[Acute infectious gastroenteritis. Etiology and its correlation with clinical manifestations and fecal mucus].


343 children with acute diarrhea were studied from january 1976 to september 1977. Rotavirus was the agent most frequently isolated (18 per cent) followed by Shigella (12 per cent) and Salmonella (10 per cent). Enterotoxigenic E. coli was identified in 8 per cent and invasive E. coli only in two cases. 80 per cent of isolated rotavirus fell in the neonate… (More)


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