[ buh-bee-zee-oh-sis ]
/ bəˌbi ziˈoʊ sɪs /
noun Veterinary Pathology.
any of several tick-borne diseases of cattle, dogs, horses, sheep, and swine, caused by a babesia protozoan and characterized by fever and languor.
- babesia microti,
- babeuf, françois noël,
- babi yar
Also bab·e·si·a·sis [bab-i-sahy-uh-sis, -zahy-, bey-buh-] /ˌbæb ɪˈsaɪ ə sɪs, -ˈzaɪ-, ˌbeɪ bə-/.
Compare tick fever.
Origin of babesiosis
Also called piroplasmosis.
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/ (bəˌbiːzɪˈəʊsɪs) /
vet science a tick-borne disease of domesticated and wild mammals as well as humans, caused by a protozoan of the genera Babesia and characterized by fever, anaemia, jaundice, and in severe cases leading to death
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[ bə-bē′zē-ō′sĭs ]
A human protozoan disease of the red blood cells caused by infection with a species of Babesia that is transmitted by ticks and characterized by fever, malaise, and hemolytic anemia.piroplasmosis
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