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protozoal

 [pro″to-zo´al]
pertaining to or caused by protozoa.

pro·to·zo·an

(prō'tō-zō'ăn),
1. A member of the phylum Protozoa. Synonym(s): protozoon
2. Relating to protozoa. Synonym(s): protozoal

pro·to·zo·an

(prō'tō-zō'ăn)
1. A member of the phylum Protozoa.
Synonym(s): protozoon.
2. Relating to protozoa.
Synonym(s): protozoal.

protozoal

pertaining to or caused by protozoa.

protozoal myeloencephalitis
see equine protozoal myeloencephalitis.
protozoal hepatitis
caused usually by Toxoplasma, Neospora, Leishmania. Rare cases of hepatic coccidiosis are observed but the causative organisms are not identified.
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