Medical Definition of Botryomyces

1. A generic name applied to a supposed fungus causing botryomycosis. Since this disease is now known to be caused by several kinds of bacteria, staphylococci most commonly, the name is invalid and rarely used. The name of the disease has been retained, nevertheless, to indicate a peculiar type of tissue reaction. Origin: G. Botrys, a bunch of grapes, + mykes, fungus (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Botryomyces

Bothriocephalus
Bothriocephalus cordatus
Bothriocephalus latus
Bothriocephalus mansoni
Bothriocephalus mansonoides
Bothrops antitoxin
Bothrops atrops
Botocudo
Botocudos
Botox
Botrychium
Botrychium lunaria
Botrychium matricariifolium
Botrychium multifidum
Botrychium virginianum
Botryomyces (current term)
Botswana
Botswana monetary unit
Botswanan
Botswanans
Bottcher's canal
Bottcher's cells
Bottcher's crystals
Bottcher's ganglion
Bottcher's space
Botticelli
Botticellian
Bottle of Dog
Bouaké
Bouchard's disease

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