'I have been back from holiday for a week and still have diarrhoea'

Geddes, Alasdair M.
August 1983
British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);8/20/1983, Vol. 287 Issue 6391, p513
Academic Journal
Examines the travellers diarrhea in Europe. Infective causes of the disorder; Intestinal symptoms caused by salmonella or campylobacter species; Association of the Legionnaires' disease with diarrhea.


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