infection caused by Salmonella, bacteria commonly
found in raw meat, poultry, eggs and raw or unpasteurized milk products.
The 3 forms of salmonellosis in humans are typhoid fever, septicemia (blood
poisoning) and acute gastroenteritis, which can cause severe diarrhea
and death if untreated.
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