diarrheogenic

diarrheogenic

 [di″ah-re″o-jen´ik]
giving rise to diarrhea.

diarrheogenic

/di·ar·rhe·o·gen·ic/ (di″ah-re″o-jen´ik) giving rise to diarrhea.

diarrheagenic

, diarrheogenic (dī-ă-rē′ă-jĕn′ĭk) [″ + ″]
Producing diarrhea.

diarrheogenic

giving rise to diarrhea.
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