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  • n. An infection or a disease caused by amoebas, especially Entamoeba histolytica.

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  • n. Alternative spelling of amoebiasis.

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  • n. infection by a disease-causing ameba


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  • Entamoeba histolytica, the parasite that causes amebiasis.


  • Shigella, giardiasis and amebiasis all raced through the bathhouse circuit -- and in 1981, something even stranger turned up.

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  • Malaria, sleeping sickness, amebiasis, hookwork, yellow fever and other tropical diseases know no. boundaries.

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  • Metronidazole is used to treat bacterial infections including trichomoniasis, a sexually transmitted disease, and amebiasis, which affects the intestines.

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  • EpiQuery, an interactive database of communicable diseases from amebiasis to yersiniosis on the health department's Web site.

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  • These findings suggest that the male homosexual community may be an important reservoir of potentially amebiasis and as noted earlier the homosexual community has significant problems in regards to these illnesses.

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  • , [[Lymphogranuloma Venereum | lymphogranuloma venereum]], and [[amebiasis]]

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  • However, flagyl 400 mg in the adult of enterohepatic bacterial deficiencies or a concurrent inflammation of peanut with importance for amebiasis, mononuclear periodontal infections, or overdose may dissolve unusual in phenomenon mothers.


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  • All in all amebiasis takes some 70 000 lives a year, worldwide. Latest


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