Helicobacter heilmannii

Helicobacter heilmannii

species observed in gastric mucosa. This agent has a low prevalence (less than 1% in patients), has not been cultured in vitro, and is of unknown pathogenic significance.

Hel·i·co·bac·ter heil·man·ni·i

(hel'i-kō-bak'tĕr hīl-mahn'nē-ī)
A bacterial species observed in gastric mucosa. This agent has a low prevalence (less than 1% of patients), has not been cultured in vitro, and is of unknown pathogenic significance.
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