This type of diarrhea (dysentery) represents about half of diarrhea found in humans are triggered by bacteria such as Salmonella or Shigella and rotavirus virus, adenovirus and hepatitis.
Salmonella infections are very common, especially in children following ingestion of eggs, unpasteurized milk or contaminated meat.
Diarrhea occurs in the first 48 hours after infection with a stool with mucus, and blood discharge and frequent (every three hours).
In addition toinfluenza and parainfluenza virus, another virus that could cause diarrhea, isthat ofhepatitis A,the rereservoirsfthis pathogen are shellfish and seafood.
The main clinical manifestation isjaundice.