Medical Definition of Coccidia of swine

1. Eimeria debliecki, the most common and most pathogenic species, involving the small intestine, caecum, and colon; Eimeria scabra, involving the small intestine; Eimeria perminuta, Eimeria spinosa, Eimeria scrofae, Eimeria suis, Eimeria cerdonis, Eimeria porci, and Eimeria neodebliecki believed to have little pathogenicity. See: Isospora. Synonym: coccidia of swine. (05 Mar 2000)



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cocatalysts
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coccal
cocci
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coccidia of cattle
coccidia of chickens
coccidia of geese
coccidia of pheasants
coccidia of rabbits
coccidia of sheep and goats
coccidia of swine (current term)
coccidia of turkeys
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coccidioidal granuloma
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