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amoebic

(ă-mē′bik) [ amoeba + -ic]
1. Pert. to or resembling an amoeba.
2. Amebic.
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Comparison of PNA and PCD PNA PCD p Positive Negative Positive Negative value Amoebic 10 20 09 21 Serology (33.33) (66.67) (30) (70) 0.133 Anchovy Pus 08 22 09 21 (26.67) (73.33) (30) (70) Pus Culture 13 17 13 17 (43.33) (56.67) (43.33) (56.67) Inference- There is no statistically significant difference between the groups for the parameters.
[5] have suggested that "alcohol can predispose to ALA through a multitude of mechanisms, including hepatic damage by alcohol, lowered body resistance and suppression of liver function due to poor nutritional status of habitual consumers of alcohol, increased presence of amoebae in the liquor prepared locally with poor regard to aseptic procedures, and depression of immune mechanisms in chronic alcoholics." A study conducted in India in 2011 [4] showed that 67.5% of patients with amoebic liver abscess are from the low socioeconomic class and 72% were alcoholics.
The search was conducted between February 3, 2018 and April 6, 2018, looking for publications that contain "amoebiasis," "Entamoeba histolytica," "amoebic colitis," and "extraintestinal amoebiasis" in the title or abstract.
Amoebic colitis may be confused with inflammatory bowel disease such as ulcerative colitis (2).
The epidemiology of primary amoebic meningoencephalitis in the USA, 1962-2008.
"It only takes four or five to kill a smolt, and there are zillions of them lying in wait for these little fish as they make their way up the west coast to reach their feeding grounds." Last month, huge amounts of farmed salmon killed by amoebic gill disease were shipped out of Stornoway to be disposed of on the mainland.
The amoeba cause an infection called naegleriasis, also known as primary amoebic meningoencephalitis (or PAM).
It discusses how the parasite causes primary amoebic meningoencephalitis, clinical and laboratory diagnosis, chemotherapeutic and disinfection strategies, its pathogenesis, the host-damage response, its cell biology and speciation, cellular differentiation, its growth and life cycle, its ecology, and its relationship to other microbial organisms like viruses and bacteria.
I got amoebic dysentery so it didn't start well, but I stuck with it."
(Ingrid suffered a near-fatal case of amoebic dysentery, while I acquired something that looked suspiciously like malaria.) The rhythms we were expected to play with the royal drummersat funerals and festivals, for massive crowds of dancers and chiefswere fiendishly difficult, and neither Ingrid nor I could figure them out at first, resulting in a lengthy series of botched performances and public humiliations.
This is particularly evident in Belvedere, 2016, in which flat blue arches intersect with amoebic blobs of white glitter and glistening green streams.
The letters to Esquire, even if they were published under the influence of drugs to cure amoebic dysentery, show the author at his self-parodying worst.