Definition of Protozoal infection
1. Noun. Any infection caused by a protozoan.
Generic synonyms: Infection
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Literary usage of Protozoal infection
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1. The British Journal of Dermatology by British Association of Dermatology (1903)
"But it is interesting to note that protozoal infection is also characterised in ... More recently another disease due to protozoal infection has attracted ..."
2. Aids to Tropical Medicine by Gilbert Edward Brooke (1908)
"A protozoal infection of human beings by a trypanosome (T. gambiense), ... The condition is a protozoal infection, of which the pathogenic agent is ..."
3. Glossary of HIV/Aids-related Terms edited by Barry Leonard (1995)
"A protozoal infection of the lungs. 2. A life-threatening lung infection that can affect people with weakened immune systems, such as those infected with ..."
4. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1919)
"I It seems to be becoming more and more popular to attack every j known or suspected protozoal infection, from pox to pellagra, by pumping arsenic into the ..."
5. Practice of Medicine by Frederick Tice (1922)
"... of estivo-autumnal infections, is probably an exception in which a protozoal infection may be an etiologic factor. Other exceptions are pregnancy, ..."
6. General Medicine (1920)
"Wenyon (1916) examined the stools in 556 cases from the East, and found 295 with protozoal infection, either simple or mixed, ..."