Septata

Septata

(sep-tă'tă),
A member of the protozoan phylum Microspora found in the intestine of an immunocompromised individual. The species described is Septata intestinalis. This organism has been reclassified as Encephalitozoon intestinale.
See also: Encephalitozoon intestinale.
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Disseminated microsporidiosis due to Septata intestinalis in patients with AIDS: clinical features and response to albendazole therapy.
Albendazole as a treatment for intestinal and disseminated microsporidiosis due to Septata intestinalis in AIDS patients: a report of four patients.
Other microsporidial species (Encephalitozoon sp, Septata sp, and Nosema sp) are much more likely to disseminate than E bieneusi.