encephalitozoonosis

encephalitozoonosis

/en·ce·phal·i·to·zoo·no·sis/ (-zo″o-no´sis) infection with protozoa of the genus Encephalitozoon.

encephalitozoonosis

a disease caused by Encephalitozoon cuniculi in rabbits; characterized clinically by paralysis and lesions in the brain.
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Hyperglobulinemia in rabbits has been associated with inflammatory or infectious processes; in this case the encephalitozoonosis can explain this finding [39].
Encephalitozoonosis, an infection caused by a parasite called E cuniculi.
Distemper-like disease and encephalitozoonosis in wild dogs (Lycaon pictus).
This condition is called encephalitozoonosis and it can affect people.