Hexamita(redirected from Hole in the head disease)
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a genus of flagellated protozoa in the family Hexamitidae.
occurs in the small intestine of pigeons and may cause enteritis.
a major parasite of turkeys in which it produces an enteritis, which may cause serious losses with a mortality rate of up to 80%. Can cause disease in other species of birds.
occurs in the intestines of rodents and causes enteritis.
occurs in the large intestine of rhesus and other monkeys.
found in the intestines of fish; causes enteritis, peritonitis, cholecystitis in debilitated fish.