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Bad`i`a´ga

    (băd`ĭā´gå or båd`yä´gå)
n.1.(Zool.) A fresh-water sponge Spongilla, common in the north of Europe, the powder of which is used to take away the livid marks of bruises.
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Thiberville SD, Salez N, Benkouiten S, Badiaga S, Charrel R, Brouqui P.
Brouqui P, Stein A, Dupont HT, Gallian P, Badiaga S, Rolain JM, Mege JL, La Scola B, Berbis P, Raoult D.
Sea animal medicines indicated in the homeopathic literature for thyroid problems include Ambra grisea (waste product of the whale, commonly known as ambergris), Badiaga (freshwater sponge), Calcarea carbonicum (calcium carbonate or oyster shell), Sepia (cuttlefish), and Spongia (toasted sponge).
Nougairede A, Lagier J, Ninove L, Sartor C, Badiaga S, Botelho E, et al.
Brouqui P, Stein A, Dupont HT, Gallian P, Badiaga S, Rolain JM, Mege JL, La Scola B, Berbis P, Raoult D: Ectoparasitism and vector-borne diseases in 930 homeless people from Marseilles.
Foucault C, Ranque S, Badiaga S, Rovery C, Raoult D, Brouqui P.
Keita AK, Brouqui P, Badiaga S, Benkouiten S, Ratmanov P, Raoult D, et al.
Badiaga S, Raoult D, Brouqui P Preventing and controlling emerging and reemerging transmissible diseases in the homeless.
Nougairede A, Lagier JC, Ninove L, Sartor C, Badiaga S, Botelho E, et al.