holoendemic

holoendemic

 [hol″o-en-dem´ik]
endemic at a high level in a population, affecting most of the children and so affecting the adults in the population less often; see also hyperendemic.

hol·o·en·dem·ic

(hol'ō-en-dem'ik),
Endemic in the entire population (for example, trachoma in villages of Saudi Arabia).

holoendemic

/holo·en·dem·ic/ (-en-dem´ik) endemic at a high level in a population, affecting most of the children and so affecting the adults in the same population less often.

holoendemic

[hol′ō·endem′ik]
pertaining to an intensely endemic disease area.

hol·o·en·dem·ic

(hol'ō-en-dem'ik)
Endemic in the entire population.

holoendemic

affecting practically all the animals of a particular region.
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