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bac·il·lar·y

 (băs′ə-lĕr′ē, bə-sĭl′ə-rē) also ba·cil·lar (bə-sĭl′ər, băs′ə-lər)
adj.
1. Shaped like a rod or rods.
2.
a. Consisting of small rods or rodlike structures.
b. Caused by, relating to, or resembling bacilli: bacillary dysentery.

[From bacillus.]

bacillary

(bəˈsɪlərɪ) or

bacillar

adj
1. (Microbiology) of, relating to, or caused by bacilli
2. (Microbiology) Also: bacilliform shaped like a short rod

bac•il•lar•y

(ˈbæs əˌlɛr i, bəˈsɪl ə ri)

also ba•cil•lar

(bəˈsɪl ər, ˈbæs ə lər)

adj.
1. Also, ba•cil•li•form (bəˈsɪl əˌfɔrm) of or like a bacillus; rod-shaped.
2. characterized by bacilli.
[1880–85]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bacillary - relating to or produced by or containing bacillibacillary - relating to or produced by or containing bacilli
biological science, biology - the science that studies living organisms
2.bacillary - formed like a bacillusbacillary - formed like a bacillus    
formed - having or given a form or shape
Translations

bacillary

[bəˈsɪlərɪ] ADJbacilar

bacillary

adj (Med) → bazillär (spec); infection alsodurch Bazillen; formstäbchenförmig

ba·cil·lar

, bacillary
a. bacilar, rel. a un bacilo.
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Quantifying the Impact of Floods on Bacillary Dysentery in Dalian City, China, From 2004 to 2010.
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From May 2013 to January 2015, Eighty-nine IBS patients were recruited in the internal medicine department of the affiliated hospital of Shandong university of Traditional Chinese medicine for this study, including 48 PI-IBS patients with a history of acute enteritis, bacillary dysentery or related gastrointestinal infection within the previous 3 to 12 months and 41 non-PI-IBS patients.