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D+ haemolytic uraemic syndrome is the typical, enteropathic condition. Patients are infected with a verocytotoxin - producing strain of E. coli.
D+ haemolytic uraemic syndrome is uncommon, with only 150 cases reported per year in the UK, but the incidence is increasing.
Other features include: