dysbiosis


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dysbiosis

(dĭs″bī-ō′sĭs) [″ + Gr. biosis, living]
An unhealthy change in the normal bacterial ecology of a part of body, e.g., of the intestines or the oral cavity.

Dysbiosis

The condition that results when the natural flora of the gut are thrown out of balance, such as when antibiotics are taken.
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dysbiosis (dis·bē·ōˑ·sis),

n an imbalance in the intestinal bacteria that precipitates changes in the normal activities of the gastrointestinal tract or vagina, possibly resulting in health problems. Also called
dys-symbiosis.
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