septicemia

NOUN
  1. invasion of the bloodstream by virulent microorganisms from a focus of infection
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  • Complications such as cellulitis, lymphangitis, and septicemia are rare and result from spread of the infection.
  • Autopsy figures show we die from cancer, heart disease, pneumonia and septicemia and pulmonary emboli in that order.
  • Erysipeloid usually begins as a localized wound infection but may progress to a generalized septicemia.
  • - Look for regional or systemic manifestations: lymphangitis, adenopathy, fever, septicemia, metastatic infection ... Chapter 9
  • Obesity and inactivity kill 26,000 Americans a year, making them less lethal than relatively unknown diseases such as nephritis and septicemia.
  • - Look for regional or systemic manifestations: lymphangitis, adenopathy, fever, septicemia, metastatic infection ... Chapter 9
  • We suspect septicemia because of the maggot bites and the conditions in which he was found but we can only tell once the post-mortem results are in.
  • In 2006, thousands of fish died from viral hemorrhagic septicemia, which is a disease that is comparable to the Ebola virus for fish. ClickOnDetroit.com - ClickOnDetroit.com News
  • Birds that survive septicemia develop subacute fibrinopurulent airsacculitis, pericarditis, perihepatitis, and lymphocytic depletion of the bursa and thymus. Flu Wiki Forum - Front Page
  • Deaths from the bloodstream infection called septicemia fell by 3.6 percent and deaths caused by flu and pneumonia dropped a significant 8.5 percent. msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines
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