vection


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vection

 [vek´shun]
the carrying of disease germs from an infected person to a well person.

vec·tion

(vek'shŭn),
Transference of the agents of disease from an infected to an uninfected individual by a vector.
[L. vectio, conveyance]

vection

/vec·tion/ (vek´shun) the carrying of disease germs from an infected person to a well person.

vec·tion

(vek'shŭn)
Transference of the agents of disease from an infected to an uninfected individual by a vector.
[L. vectio, conveyance]

vection

the carrying of disease germs from an infected animal to a well animal.
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