fecal route

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  • The fecal route of excretion did not seem to be important.
  • Poliovirus is transmitted through the oral-fecal route and does not always cause symptoms.
  • The virus is spread horizontally by either the oral-fecal route or by the respiratory route.
  • Infection is via the oro-fecal route, with affected bird excreting high levels of the virus for approximately 2 weeks after infection.
  • The virus is mainly spread horizontally by the oro-fecal route, but vertical transmission can occur in serogroup 1.
  • Some of the diseases that can be passed via the fecal-oral route are: Transmission of Helicobacter pylori by oral-fecal route has been demonstrated in murine models.
  • The fecal route of elimination accounts for up to 20% of the dose, mainly in the form of unconjugated 3-carboxymefenamic acid.
  • The fecal-oral route (or alternatively the oral-fecal route or orofecal route) is a route of transmission of a disease, when pathogens in fecal particles passing from one host are introduced into the oral cavity of another host.
  • The high rate (40%) of concomitant infection with other protozoa reported by at St. Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, Australia, supports the oral-fecal route of transmission.
  • Acquired via fecal contamination of food and water (oral-fecal route), it undergoes endogenous merogony in the crypts of Lieberkuhr (intestinal ceca of chicken) and gametogony in epithelial cells of the small intestines.