A Mexican restaurant-associated outbreak of Salmonella Enteritidis type 34 infections traced to a contaminated egg farm.

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In May 1996, the Georgia Division of Public Health was notified about a cluster of persons with Salmonella Enteritidis (SE) infections in Waycross, Georgia. A matched pair case-control study to determine risk factors for illness found a statistically significant association of SE infection with a history of having eaten at Restaurant A during the 5 days… (More)

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@article{McNeil1999AMR, title={A Mexican restaurant-associated outbreak of Salmonella Enteritidis type 34 infections traced to a contaminated egg farm.}, author={Michael M. McNeil and L B Sweat and Stacy L. Carter and Carey Watson and Judith Holloway and R. J. Manning and Sean F. Altekruse and Phillip A Blake}, journal={Epidemiology and infection}, year={1999}, volume={122 2}, pages={209-15} }