Definition of Enterococcal

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enterococcal

enterobius
enterobrosis
enterocele
enteroceles
enterocentesis
enteroceptor
enterochelin
enterocholecystostomy
enterocholecystotomy
enterochromaffin
enterochromaffin-like cells
enterochromaffin cells
enterocleisis
enteroclysis
enterococcaemia
enterococcal (current term)
enterococci
enterococcus
enterococcus faecalis
enterococcus faecium
enterocoel
enterocoele
enterocoeles
enterocoelic
enterocoelous
enterocoels
enterocolitic
enterocolitis
enterocolitises
enterocolostomy

Literary usage of Enterococcal

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1. Estuary and Coastal Habitat Conservation: Congressional Hearing edited by John H. Chafee (2001)
"enterococcal bacteria are associated with human illness whereas other common measures, such as fecal or total coliform do not necessarily cause illness, ..."

2. Wisconsin Medical Journal by State Medical Society of Wisconsin (1907)
"... an "enterococcal" urethritis as narrated by Dreyer, and, according to Johnston, not infrequently a urethritis due to Pfeiffer's micrococcus catarrhalis, ..."

3. Ending the War Metaphor: The Changing Agenda for Unraveling the Host-Microbe by Forum on Microbial Threats, Institute of Medicine (U.S.) (2006)
"Premature neonates can acquire nosocomial infections and develop staphylococcal, enterococcal, and P. aeruginosa infections in association with ..."

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