Definition of Entamebas
1. entameba [n] - See also: entameba
Lexicographical Neighbors of Entamebas
Literary usage of Entamebas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. International Medical and Surgical Surveyby American Institute of Medicine by American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"mixtures to pathogenic entamebas in stools. A table shows that in the first experiment, in no case did either the human blood and serum or the cat blood and ..."
2. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association by American Veterinary Medical Association. (1916)
"Smears contained entamebas, some of which contained ery- throcytes. Microscopically, the lesions are unlike those caused by experimental infection with ..."
3. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1917)
"The purpose of the preliminary purgation is twofold, first to remove the excess of fecal matter from the intestine which envelops and protects the entamebas ..."
4. Collected Papers by the Staff of Saint Mary's Hospital, Mayo Clinic by Saint Marys Hospital (Rochester, Minn.) (1917)
"... on Patients from the Middle Northwest Infected with entamebas," Jour. ... of the Intestinal entamebas of Man," Arch. Int. Mod., 1914. xiii, 917-944. 18. ..."
5. Tropical Medicine: With Special Reference to the West Indies, Central by Thomas Wright Jackson (1907)
"Fiu-14-—Section of colon wall , , ,1 -11 • r ,1 The manifestations of entamebas dysenteria e in the body outside of the intestine are practically confined ..."
6. The Medical Clinics of North America by Richard J. Havel, K. Patrick Ober (1918)
"Indeed, like the other protozoa and in contrast to many of the pathogenic bacteria, it is not known in what way the entamebas produce their harmful effects. ..."
7. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1916)
"Emetine exerts its specific effects only on those entamebas within reach of the circulation. The method of its elimination from the body is not definitely ..."