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Synonyms for fecal

of or relating to feces


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pales by comparison to the two million children who die every year from waterborne illness in the developing world; waterborne diseases are those that are transmitted by drinking fecally contaminated water.
The numbers of Campylobacter, Escherichia coli, and coliforms on small squares of washed or unwashed fecally soiled transport cage flooring were measured after drying treatments.
The high prevalence of protozoa suggests a direct transmission pattern among the studied population either through water consumption and/or fecally contaminated food.
For cats who are fecally incontinent, a veterinary neurologist can perform a test called an electromyogram that can predict with reasonable accuracy whether the muscle tone of the anus will eventually improve.
The WSS suffers a dilemma, first, when the source (ground water or surface water) is fecally contaminated and microbially unsafe water is delivered without any adequate treatment.
Table 1 and Figure 1 reveal that almost all of the sampling sites were fecally contaminated as shown by the MPN indices for three samplings .
The most common mode of transmission is through fecally contaminated drinking water.
Over the next few days her condition has deteriorated (although the pus seems to be gone) to the extent that she is nearly fecally incontinent.
This infection is acquired via ingestion of cysticerci, the larvae of the Taenia solium (tapeworm, or cestode), in uncooked/undercooked pork or fecally contaminated food or water.
Another "important advantage of methadone is that it is the only opioid that is fecally excreted.
It is also the only opioid that is fecally excreted.
The organisms are primarily transmitted via the fecal-oral route, which can include fecally contaminated water and foods.
The virus has the potential to infect food because of fecally contaminated marine water that can affect shellfish, water contaminated by human sewage that is used on fresh produce, and ready-to-eat and prepared foods contaminated by food handlers using poor hygiene.
The parasite can be transmitted from animal-to-person, person-to-person, through ingestion of fecally contaminated water or food, or by direct contact with contaminated environmental surfaces.
Humans develop cysticercosis by ingestion of Taenia solium eggs in fecally contaminated food or by autoinfection (from eggs carried from the intestine into the stomach by reverse peristalsis).