amoebic


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amoebic

(ă-mē′bik) [ amoeba + -ic]
1. Pert. to or resembling an amoeba.
2. Amebic.
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Diagnosis of amoebic colitis was made by pathological examination of the resection specimen.
The diagnosis of amoebic meningoencephalitis was then rendered with Naegleria fowleri being the organism identified.
Hashima, head of Quzqol Ayaq village clinic, said the people mostly drank stagnant water from the natural pools, which caused a variety of diseases such as diarrhea, amoebic dysentery, kidney stones, cholera and malaria.
Potable water that has been tainted with sewage during the floods can also cause amoebic dysentery, which is potentially fatal to the young, the elderly and the infirm whose immune systems are compromised.
She has also battled ulcers, amoebic dysentery, bursitis, and had a benign brain tumour removed in 1997.
The leaves of rhubarb which contain oxalic acid can be highly poisonous but it's dried and powdered roots have been used for centuries to treat a number of intestinal complaints, including amoebic dysentery.
Acanthamoeba comprises of free-living amoebae and certain species of this genus can cause amoebic keratitis, a painful and vision-threatening infection (1,2).
One casual sip of unprocessed water can result in an episode of typhoid, jaundice or amoebic dysentery.
an increase in amoebic liver abscess has been noted in HIV-positive individuals.
Poor construction means houses often serve as breeding grounds for diseases including malaria, amoebic dysentery and respiratory conditions.
If you have amoebic dysentery, your GP may prescribe an antibiotic called metronidazole.
6) Julia also suggested that the LSD Wright ingested triggered an adverse and fatal reaction to a pre-existing amoebic dysentery disease he contracted while visiting Africa.