entericoid fever en·ter·i·coid fever (ěn-těr’ĭ-koid’)
A fever resembling the typhoid fever.
- Enteric orphan virus
enteric orphan virus n. Any of various enteroviruses found in humans and other animals whose role in causing disease may not be specifically understood.
- Enteric tuberculosis
enteric tuberculosis n. A tuberculous infection of areas of the digestive tract having relative statis or abundant lymphoid tissue resulting from the expectoration and swallowing of tubercle bacilli; it is a complication of open tuberculosis of the lungs.
[en-tuh-rahy-tis] /ˌɛn təˈraɪ tɪs/ noun 1. Pathology. inflammation of the intestines, especially the small intestine. 2. Veterinary Pathology. 1 (def 1c). /ˌɛntəˈraɪtɪs/ noun 1. inflammation of the small intestine n. 1808, medical Latin, coined c.1750 by French pathologist François-Boissier de la Croix de Sauvages (1706-1767), from enteron “intestine” (see enteric) + -itis. enteritis en·ter·i·tis (ěn’tə-rī’tĭs) […]
- Enteric virus
enteric virus n. See enterovirus.