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THE ROLES OF HOST AND PATHOGEN FACTORS AND THE IMMUNE RESPONSE IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION; REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE

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 INTRODUCTION: CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION (CDI) IS THE MOST COMMON INFECTIOUS CAUSE OF HEALTHCARE-ACQUIRED DIARRHEA, AND THE ETIOLOGICAL AGENT OF PSEUDOMEMBRANOUS COLITIS. THE MOST PUZZLING ASPECTS OF CDI IS THE WIDE SPECTRUM OF CLINICAL PRESENTATION WHICH RANGES FROM ASYMPTOMATIC CARRIAGE, TO MILD SELF-LIMITING DIARRHEA.SEVERE COLITIS OCCURS DUE TO INTERPLAY BETWEEN THE CLOSTRIDIUM VIRULENCE FACTORS AND THE HOST IMMUNE RESPONSES.

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