Encephalitozoon hellem

En·ceph·a·li·to·zo·on hel·lem

a species of Encephalitozoon described from human ophthalmic infections causing punctate keratopathy and corneal ulceration in AIDS patients.

En·ceph·a·li·to·zo·on hel·lem

(en-sef'ă-lit-ō-zō'on hel'ĕm)
A species of Encephalitozoon described in human ophthalmic infections; causes punctate keratopathy and corneal ulceration in AIDS patients.

En·ceph·a·li·to·zo·on hel·lem

(en-sef'ă-lit-ō-zō'on hel'ĕm)
Pathogen described in human ophthalmic infections.
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Dual microsporidial infection due to Vittaforma corneae and Encephalitozoon hellem in a patient with AIDS.
however, cuniculi has been keratoconjunctivitis, identified in rabbits, intestinal laboratory mice, infections monkeys, dogs, birds, (self-limiting or rats, Guinea pigs, producing watery and other mammals and bloodless * Encephalitozoon hellem diarrhea), and has been found in fever have been psittacines seen in people.
The serological surveillance of several groups of patients using antigens of Encephalitozoon hellem and E.