The bacterial dysentery is an intestinal infectious disease caused by Shigella, and colonic suppurative inflammation is the main disease.
After a person is infected, the incubation period is several hours to seven days, most of which are 1 to 3 days.
Bacterial dysentery is a disease throughout the year, but it is more common in summer and autumn. The incidence of children is generally higher.
Bacterial dysentery is usually divided into two categories: acute bacterial dysentery and chronic bacterial dysentery.
Typical acute bacterial dysentery is common with frequent pulse, yellow tongue coating, fever, abdominal pain, diarrhea, loose stool, stinky stool, yellow urine and other symptoms, and possibly mucus, pus and blood discharged.
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