vibrionic


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vibrionic

(ˌvɪbrɪˈɒnɪk)
adj
(Medicine) caused by bacteria of the Vibrio genus
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Adj.1.vibrionic - caused by bacteria of the genus Vibrio; "vibrionic dysentery"
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Acute hepatic failure precipitated in a patient with subclinical liver disease by vibrionic and clostridial septicemia.
Campylobacter jejuni is recognised as the aetiological agent of avian vibrionic hepatitis (Carter and Cole, 1993; Ojo, 1993) of laying chickens.
Campylobacteriosis, also known as vibriosis and vibrionic abortion in animals, is a zoonotic disease caused by the genus of bacteria Campylobacter, a gram-negative curved rod-shaped bacterium (kampter is Greek for bend or angle and bakterion is Greek for little rod).
pullorum has been associated with vibrionic hepatitis in laying hens, both macroscopically and microscopically (7).