Salmonella: A group of bacteria that cause typhoid fever and a number of other illnesses, including food poisoning, gastroenteritis and enteric fever from contaminated food products.
Named for the American pathologist Daniel Salmon (1850-1914). See: Salmonellosis. For more information, please read MedicineNet's Salmonella article.
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Fact sheet about Salmonella, the most frequently reported cause of foodborne illness.
If a disease infected 1.4 million Americans and killed more than 400 of us every year, you'd think we'd hear about it pretty often. You might imagine there ...