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amoebic

(ă-mē′bik) [ amoeba + -ic]
1. Pert. to or resembling an amoeba.
2. Amebic.
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Catheter drainage versus needle aspiration in management of large (>10cm diameter) amoebic liver abscesses.
Garfinkel and his co-workers, including Mirelman, echo Samuelson's suggestion that DNA probes may prove useful in detecting amoebic infections.
The first goal of treatment for amoebiasis is to relieve the symptoms of amoebic dysentery, as well as to prevent further loss in fluids and electrolytes through intake of anti-diarrhoeal medication.
Primary amoebic meningoencephalitis caused by Naegleria fowleri, Karachi, Pakistan.
Out of total incidence of LA, approximately two-thirds of cases in developing countries are of amoebic (ALA) aetiology and three-fourths of cases in developed countries are pyogenic.
Diagnosis of first case of Balamuthia amoebic encephalitis in Portugal by immunofluorescence and PCR.
Amoebic cysts can survive in the environment for weeks to months.
This form is known as Primary Amoebic Meningoencephalitis (PAM) caused by Naegleria fowleri6.
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The 10 parasites sicken millions of people every year causing epilepsy, anaphylactic shock, amoebic dysentery and other illnesses.
1) Amoebic liver abscess is an important cause of space-occupying lesions of the liver; mainly in developing countries accounted for 3-9% of all cases of amoebiasis.