Published in Hepatitis Weekly, October 21st, 1996
Salmonella typhi infection remains a serious problem in developing countries. In more affluent areas, proper sanitation has successfully diminished infection with S. typhi, but both sporadic cases and outbreaks of typhoid fever have been reported in the United States in the past few years. In New York City, for example, the incidence of typhoid fever increased 110 percent from 1987 until 1990.
"Various organs including the liver have been involved in the course of enteric fever, resulting in a wide array of...
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