necrotic enteritis

necrotic enteritis
noun
: a serious infectious disease of young swine caused by a bacterium (Salmonella suipestifer or S. choleraesuis) and marked by fever and by necrotic and ulcerative inflammation of the intestinal wall — called also necro, swine typhoid, paratyphoid; see hog cholera

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