Which bacterial agent of acute diarrhea is most likely to result in bacteremia and distant ectopic foci of infection

Which bacterial agent of acute diarrhea is most likely to result in bacteremia and distant ectopic foci of infection? 

Nontyphoidal strains of Salmonella are invasive and may lead to bacteremia after enteric infection. Among older patients, endocarditis or other septic foci of infection have been reported after salmonellosis. Salmonella infections, both typhoidal and nontyphoidal, are situations in which bacteremia is common but highest culture yield is from bone marrow aspirate.

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