Infectious Disease: Small Bowel: Typhoid

01 June 2011
Presented by Sebastian Lucas.

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An autopsy specimen from a 26 yr old Bantu female, who developed typhoid one month after having given birth to a full term infant. The specimen consists of a segment of small intestine showing typical typhoid ulceration of the Peyer's patches with bile stained slough and other foci of lymphoid hyperplasia in the bowel wall.

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