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en·dem·ic

(en-dem'ik),
Denoting a temporal pattern of disease occurrence in a population in which the disease occurs with predictable regularity with only relatively minor fluctations in its frequency over time. Compare: epidemic, sporadic.
Synonym(s): enzootic
[G. endēmos, native, fr. en, in, + dēmos, the people]

enzootic

(ĕn′zō-ŏt′ĭk)
adj.
Occurring at a steady or predictable rate in animals of a specific geographic area; endemic. Used of a disease.
n.
An enzootic disease.

en·zo·ot·ic

(en'zō-ot'ik)
Denoting a temporal pattern of disease occurrence in an animal population in which the disease occurs with predictable regularity with only relatively minor fluctuations in its frequency over time.
See: epizootic, sporadic
[G. en, in, + zōon, animal]

enzootic

Affecting, or peculiar to, particular animals in a specific area. Used especially of a disease.
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