Pathomorphological Study on Acute Infective Enterocolitis H. Watanabe 1 , F. Horimukai 1 , M. Iwafuchi 1 , M. Itsuno 1 , K. Tanaka 2 1The First Department of Pathology, Niigata University, School of Medicine 2Tanaka Surgical Hospital pp.333-342
Published Date 1983/4/25
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1403109354
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 We studied pathomorphological characteristics of each of various kinds of acute infective enterocolitis as shown in Table 2, and differential diagnosis.

 As a result, macroscopic and microscopic characteristics were found in each of antibiotic-associated psuedomembranous colitis, typhoid fever,yersinia infection, anisakiasis, amebiasis, strongyloidiasis, giardiasis and mycotic infection, which were easily differentiated each other with pathomorphological method. However, other bacterial infective colitis such as shigellosis, salmonellosis, gonococcal proctitis, campylobacter colitis, etc. should be differentiated with bacterial culture and/or serological tests.

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