Medical Definition of Echinococcus disease

1. Infection caused by tapeworms of the genus echinococcus. The larval stage is called hydatid or hydatid cyst and develops in almost all mammals, especially domestic and farm animals, and in man under certain epidemiological conditions. The liver, lungs, and kidney are particularly common sites of development and infestation. . Echinococcosis, hepatic and echinococcosis, pulmonary are also available. (12 Dec 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Echinococcus Disease

echinidan
echinids
echinital
echinite
echinites
echino-
echinocactus
echinocandin
echinocandins
echinococci
echinococciasis
echinococcoses
echinococcosis
echinococcus
echinococcus cyst
echinococcus disease (current term)
echinocyte
echinoderm
echinoderm family
echinoderm genus
echinodermal
echinodermatous
echinoderms
echinoid
echinoidea
echinoids
echinomycin
echinosis
echinostoma
echinostomatidae

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