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Synonyms for amoebic

pertaining to or resembling amoebae

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Amoebic dysentery is a parasitic infection of the colon and is most common in tropical areas with untreated water.
The Primary amoebic meningoencephalitis also called Naegleriasis is a disease of the central nervous system caused by the free-living amoeba naegleria fowleri.
Amoebic abscess identified by clinical features, USG, presence of anchovy sauce pus, E.histolytica ELISA and presence of E.histolytica in pus.
Table 1: Disease-wise distribution of hepatic lesion Diagnosis Number of cases (%) Pyogenic liver abscess 3 (5.26) Amoebic liver abscess 2 (3.51) Hepatic adenoma 2 (3.51) Hepatocellular carcinoma 10 (17.54) Hepatoblastoma 2 (3.51) Cholangiocarcinoma 1 (1.75) Metastatic deposits of adenocarcinoma 22 (38.60) Metastatic deposits of squamous cell 5 (8.78) carcinoma Metastatic deposits of poorly 10 (17.54) differentiated carcinoma Total 57 (100) Table 2: Gender-wise distribution of hepatic lesion Gender Number of cases (%) Male 39 (62.91) Female 23 (37.09) Table 3: Distribution of benign, malignant, and non-neoplastic lesions of the liver Type of lesion Number of cases (%) Inflammatory 5 (8.77) Benign 2 (3.51) Malignant 50 (87.72) Total 57 (100)
The amoebic design in her work is the hem of the traditional covering garment or burqa.
One of the early reports states that two-thirds of its aetiology in the tropics could be attributed to amoebic liver abscess (ALA); in contrast, three-fourths in the developed countries are attributed to bacterial pathogens [1].
Amoebiasis, or amoebic dysentery, is a term used to describe an infection caused by the protozoan Entamoeba histolytica [1].
She maintained that only one person had died of amoebic dysentery.Ms Kobia urged the residents not to worry as health personnel and public health officers have been dispatched to the affected areas.
He noted that in the community, diseases such as typhoid enteritis, amoebic colitis, amoebic liver abscess and hepatitis, are quite common both in urban and rural areas.
Entamoeba histolytica is the causative organism of amoebic dysentery, a disease which affects a large number of people every year in the tropical regions of the world.
Which infection of the large intestine can be bacterial or amoebic? By what name is the plant Ilex aquifolium used for Christmas decoration better known?
A brief historical sketch is given since the discovery of this amoeboflagellate in 1899 and the finding in 1970 that one species, Naegleria fowleri causes primary amoebic meningoencephalitis (PAM) in man.
Odd shapes were arranged in front of the screen, like an amoebic amphitheater.
Accordingly, 'life' in Inanimation can refer to human, animal, and amoebic life, and also to the life of a phrase in a text, of things or ideas, and finally of a birdsong archived within a squeezable plush beanbag bird.
Metronidazole and tinidazole are approved for use in all the above mentioned disorders including amoebic liver abscess.