OBJECTIVE. Radiologic findings in Salmonella infections are not well described. In most patients, Salmonella infections produce mild and self-limiting clinical manifestations and therefore are treated empirically with antibiotics. Radiologic investigations are usually performed for patients with severe clinical manifestations or complications and for patients with unusual findings. CONCLUSION. This pictorial essay illustrates various imaging findings in culture-proven cases of Salmonella infection, described broadly as common and uncommon manifestations.
- Enteric fever
- Imaging findings
- Paratyphoid Salmonella infection
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging