[en-tuh-roh-tok-see-mee-uh] /ˌɛn tə roʊ tɒkˈsi mi ə/
Veterinary Pathology. a systemic disease of livestock, caused by intestinal toxins of the bacterium Clostridium perfringens, characterized by diarrhea and convulsions, and usually rapidly fatal.
(not in technical use) diarrhea in domestic rabbits.
enterotoxigenic en·ter·o·tox·i·gen·ic (ěn’tə-rō-tŏk’sə-jěn’ĭk) adj. Of or being an organism containing or producing an enterotoxin.
[en-tuh-roh-tok-sin] /ˌɛn tə roʊˈtɒk sɪn/ noun, Pathology. 1. a toxic substance produced by certain bacteria that on ingestion causes violent vomiting and diarrhea. enterotoxin en·ter·o·tox·in (ěn’tə-rō-tŏk’sĭn) n. A cytotoxin produced by bacteria that is specific for the mucous membrane of the intestine and causes the vomiting and diarrhea associated with food poisoning.
enterotropic en·ter·o·trop·ic (ěn’tə-rō-trŏp’ĭk, -trō’pĭk) adj. Attracted to or affecting the intestine.
[en-tuh-roh-vahy-ruh s] /ˌɛn tə roʊˈvaɪ rəs/ noun, plural enteroviruses. Pathology. 1. any of several picornaviruses of the genus Enterovirus, including poliovirus, that infect the human gastrointestinal tract and cause diseases of the nervous system. /ˌɛntərəʊˈvaɪrəs/ noun (pl) -viruses 1. any of a group of viruses that occur in and cause diseases of the gastrointestinal tract […]