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parasitological

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to parasites or to parasitology.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Concerning parasites as objects of science; pertaining to parasitology.

Etymologies

From parasitology +‎ -ical, -logical. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • "Take time to learn about the wonderful world of the parasites" goes the slogan at the world's only parasitological museum (Meguro Parasitological Museum, 4-1-1 Shimomeguro, Meguro-ku, kiseichu. org/english. aspx), which explains the biology of creatures that use living hosts as their food source.

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  • Regular BB readers will remember my review of Scott Westerfeld's Peeps, a young-adult vampire novel largely inspired by Parasite Rex, in which all of the behaviors attributed to vampires are explained in parasitological terms.

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  • From “Effect of meteorological factors on clinical malaria risk among children: an assessment using village-based meteorological stations and community-based parasitological survey,” authored by Yazoumé Yé, Valérie R Louis, Séraphin Simboro, and Rainer Sauerborn and published in BMC Public Health, v.7; 2007:

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  • · Although multiple localizations are frequent (blood, skin, digestive tract, lungs, central nervous system), parasitological diagnosis can be difficult and has to be repeated to orient the treatment.

    Chapter 6

  • · Treatment for co-infected patients is aimed at clinical and parasitological cures and prevention of relapses.

    Chapter 6

  • Disease status/incidence: Estimates on mortality/morbidity (or parasitological if available) especially in relation to children and pregnant women.

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  • Priorities for future actions for the control of trypanosomiasis will be on ecological studies for effective trap distribution and efficiency; the possible role for communities; the use of Geographical Information Systems and remote sensing data in the identification of high risk transmission areas and targeting of control afforts; serological and parasitological diagnostic techniques.

    1. Target audience, objectives, scope and structure

  • A parasitological survey of domestic water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) on Khong Island, Laos.

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  • The World Health Organisation (WHO) recently updated its recommendations to strongly encourage parasitological diagnosis in children under five years of age who present with febrile illness.

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  • In control experiments each PCR was conducted with a template DNA-free blank, DNA from control individuals born in the European Continent, DNA from a Chagas patient with parasitological demonstration of Southern hybridizations were performed with EcoRI digestions of test patient DNA.

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