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Title: Enteritis  
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Subject: Campylobacteriosis, ICD-10 Chapter I: Certain infectious and parasitic diseases, Enterocolitis, Enteropathy, Blood in stool
Collection: Inflammations, Intestinal Infectious Diseases
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Classification and external resources
ICD-10 A02-A09, K50-K55
ICD-9-CM 005, 008, 009, 555-558
MedlinePlus 001149
MeSH D004751

Enteritis (entero- + -itis) is gastrointestinal system are:

stomach and small intestine
large intestine
large and small intestine

Etymology and pronunciation

The word enteritis () uses combining forms of entero- and -itis, both New Latin from Greek, respectively from ἑντερον (enteron, small intestine) and -ιτις (-itis, inflammation).

See also


  1. ^ a b Dugdale, David C., IIII, and George F Longretch., such as Serratia "Enteritis". MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia, 18 October 2008. Accessed 24 August 2009.

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