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  • Wikipedia: Cholera
    Hyperlinked article about the disease of the intestinal tract caused by the Vibrio cholerae bacterium.
  • MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Cholera
    Overview of the disease of the small intestine caused by Vibrio cholerae bacterium. Includes causes, symptoms, tests, treatment, and prevention.
  • Vibrio cholerae and Asiatic Cholera
    Offers clinical description, treatment, history, antigenic variation, and more. From the Todar's Online Textbook of Bacteriology.
  • Medical Geography and Cholera in Per?
    Offers an introduction to medical geography and a case study of a cholera outbreak in Per? in 1991.
  • MayoClinic: Cholera
    Provides information on the diarrheal illness cholera that spreads through contaminated water. Includes symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis, and treatment.
  • MedicineNet: Cholera
    Learn about the bacterial infection, symptoms, causes, risks, and treatment.
  • New York State Department of Heatlh: Cholera
    Fact sheet about the bacterial disease that affects the intestinal tract.
  • eMedicine: Cholera
    Clinical overview of the epidemic diarrheal disease, including differentials, treatment, medications, and follow-up care.
  • WHO: Cholera
    Extensive general and technical information about the disease plus news on outbreaks, control measures, and related topics.
  • NetDoctor: Cholera
    Explains the symptoms, causes, treatment, and prevention of the intestinal infection causing diarrhea and vast loss of fluid.
  • WHO: Cholera Facts
    Covers the transmission, treatment, and control of the acute intestinal infection caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. From the World Health Organization.
  • WebMD: Cholera Questions and Answers
    FAQs and information for travelers about cholera.
  • Merck Manual: Cholera
    Overview of the bacterial infection of intestine causing severe diarrhea.
  • Cholera Online: A Modern Pandemic in Texts and Images.
    Relates the story of cholera outbreaks in the 19th Century through a collection of documents dating from 1817 to 1900 as well as drawings, political cartoons, and photographs.
  • CDC: Cholera
    Answers to frequently asked questions about the acute diarrheal illness. From Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  • Patient UK: Cholera
    Features disease description, history, epidemiology, risk for travelers?, treatment, and prevention of the infection transmitted through contaminated food and water.

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