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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]
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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.
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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]
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enzootic

Affecting, or peculiar to, particular animals in a specific area. Used especially of a disease.
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antibodies in ringed seals and the random distribution of seropositive animals may also indicate sporadic infection, perhaps from another enzootically infected phocid or from a predator such as the Arctic fox (Alopex lagopus).
The first step toward reducing the size of areas in which rabies is enzootically transmitted is containment of its regional spread.
cruzi occurs enzootically in wildlife) to further assess the prevalence of T.