Definition of Entamebae
1. entameba [n] - See also: entameba
Lexicographical Neighbors of Entamebae
Literary usage of Entamebae
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the fifteenth International congress on hygiene and by Albert Hassell (1913)
"As regards the last objection, ie, that until pure cultures are obtained the causative relation of entamebae to disease can not be maintained, ..."
2. Therapeutic Gazette (1916)
"point to the entamebae being the cause, it is necessary to continue the emetine treatment energetically. A dose of one grain given once or at the most twice ..."
3. Clinical Diagnosis: A Manual of Laboratory Methods by James Campbell Todd (1914)
"Their appearance in this stage of development is given in the table on pages 371, 372- When the presence of entamebae is suspected, the stool should be ..."
4. Diarrheal, Inflammatory, Obstructive, and Parasitic Diseases of the Gastro by Samuel Goodwin Gant (1915)
"As a rule, entamebae are constantly on the move, frequently change their form and arrangement of their neoplasm, but pathogenic ..."
5. Tropical Surgery and Diseases of the Far East by John Rich McDill (1918)
"The technic and descriptions so far given refer to the examination of living entamebae in fresh stools. This method of stool examination of ..."
6. The Medical Clinics of North America by Richard J. Havel, K. Patrick Ober (1918)
"There is, of course, no inherent characteristic of the entamebae which would prevent their cultivation. Indeed, there is every reason to believe that this ..."
7. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association by American Veterinary Medical Association. (1917)
"In the feces of the one that was the sickest, one or more amebae were present and were pronounced extremely like entamebae hysto- ..."