Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Bacillary Dysentery

Infectious disease of the digestive tract caused by a gram-negative bacillus Shigella dysenteriae and three other species. Symptoms include intestinal pain and diarrhea; the stool contains blood and mucus. with a blunted edge produced by secondary flaking, aka à dos rabattu.

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