streptococcosis

streptococcosis

 [strep″to-kŏ-ko´sis]
infection with streptococci.

strep·to·coc·co·sis

(strep'tō-ko-kō'sis),
Any streptococcal infection.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
(2010) Dried leaves of Rosmarinus officinalis as a treatment for streptococcosis in tilapia.
Diseases prevented References (1) Furunculosis [33] (2) Columnaris disease [34] (3) Vibriosis [35] (4) Infectious Salmon Anemia [36] (5) Yersiniosis [37] (6) infectious hematopoietic [38] necrosis disease (7) Edwardsiellosis [39] (8) Columnaris disease [40] (9) Vibriosis [35] (10) Vibriosis [41] (11) Vibriosis [41] (12) Enteric septicemia [42] (13) Spring viremia of carp [43] (14) Koi herpes virus disease [44] (15) Dropsy [45] (16) Streptococcosis [46] (17) Betanoda virus disease [47] (18) Enteric red mouth disease [48] (19) Pasteurellosis [49] (20) Motile Aeromonas Septicemia [50] (21) Erythrodermatitis [51] (22) piscirickettsiosis.
Streptococcosis in cultured turbot (Schophtalmus maximus) associated with Streptococcus parauberis.
In the case of oral streptococcosis, biotype I or the green cluster (B) dominates (S.
Streptococcosis as a cause of massive mortalilties among Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus).
Streptococcosis, hi: Zimmerman JJ, Karriker LA, Ramirez A Schwartz KJ, Stevenson GW, editors.
It is estimated, for example, that streptococcosis resulted in a loss of US $250 million in the cultured fish industry in 2008 alone.