dysenteric


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dys·en·ter·ic

(dis'en-ter'ik),
Relating to or suffering from dysentery.

dysenteric

[dis′enter′ik]
Etymology: Gk, dys + enteron, intestine
pertaining to or resembling dysentery.

dys·en·ter·ic

(dis'en-ter'ik)
Relating to or suffering from dysentery.
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Certainly there is an understated but persistent sense in the discussion with Kandinsky that Hemingway, ingesting beer and emitting dysenteric words, is indulging himself too freely for a "damned serious subject" and that what we are reading is from beginning to end a performance.
Food preparation requires more time than I want to give it, but the alternative is to eat inexpensive, delicious, peppery hot Bengali cuisine in local restaurants until, inevitably, a dysenteric explosion strikes me down.
Polyvinyl alcohol-fixative and adhesive for protozoa in dysenteric stools and other liquid materials.
Shigellosis is not the most frequent cause of diarrheal disease, but its dysenteric form is the most severe: each year, it kills between 600,000 and 1 million people, mostly children in developing countries.
Ampicillin and trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole alleviate the dysenteric syndrome of shigellosis and reduce the infectious period.
The use of antimicrobials in shigellosis alleviates the dysenteric syndrome, fever, and abdominal cramps, reduces the duration of pathogen excretion, interrupts transmission of disease, and reduces the risk of potential complications.