Foodborne diseases

Listeriosis (Listeria infection): Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Treatment and Prevention

Definition Listeriosis is an infection caused by a gram stain-positive motile bacterium named Listeria monocytogenes. The foodborne illness produces fever, muscle aches, and, in many people, diarrhea. Severe infections can cause headaches, meningitis, convulsions, and death. Most healthy people exposed to the bacteria have minor or no symptoms, but a …

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