What are the symptoms of listeria infections?

Fever. Fever, muscle aches, diarheea, nausea. If disease is preading to nervous system you may experience stiff neck, convulsions, headache, confusion, loss of balance.

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When can a listeria infection occur?

Contaminated Food. When you eat food contaminated with lysteria, it can take up to several months for you to have symptoms. Most people are real sick when they seek help. Read more...

What are the tests for listeria infection?

Listeria. Although acquired by ingestion of certain foods, it is difficult to culture from stool but, usually in immunocomprimised people, it can be isolated from CSF or blood. Read more...

What are the tests for listeria infections?

Culture. Best test for listeria is culture. Means isolation of bacteria from either blood or amniotic fluid. Once this is confirmed the treatment can be initiated. Read more...

What tests shall I go for to diagnose listeria infection?

Listeria. Any tissue or fluid can be tested for an infection: skin, semen, blood, urine, wound discharge, sputum, etc. We typically go for the most likely source for the infection. For example, tuberculosis likes to reside in the stomach, so we test gastric juices for tb. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: listeria infection?

Bacteria. Infection with listeria monocytogenes. This infection is associated with infants, older people (>50), and pregnant women. Route of infection is usually infected food. Read more...

I have a donated organ, will there be complications with a listeria infection?

Listeria infection. Yes there can be complications. Call your doctor to report the infection and discuss complications. Read more...
Higher susceptibilit. Any immunocompromized individual including the one on immunosuppressives, e.g., antirejection meds, is at higher risk to develop listeriosis. Read more...