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How long should a bacterial infection last and what are some symptoms?
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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology
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In brief: No time table
There is very large number of bacterial pathogens that have varying courses, e.
g., Meningococcal sepsis can kill in a matter of hours from the start of symptoms, to leprosy that lasts decades. The common symptoms of bacterial infectious are fever, pain, pus formation and impairment of the function of the affected organ.

In brief: No time table
There is very large number of bacterial pathogens that have varying courses, e.
g., Meningococcal sepsis can kill in a matter of hours from the start of symptoms, to leprosy that lasts decades. The common symptoms of bacterial infectious are fever, pain, pus formation and impairment of the function of the affected organ.
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