noun Veterinary Pathology.
Examples from the Web for coccidiosis
Thus are occasioned grave attacks of coccidiosis, characterized by severe enteritis and diarrhoea, which may end fatally.
Rabbit No. 335 seems to be an exception, but the post-mortem examination showed the presence of coccidiosis of the liver.
It is quite possible, therefore, that coccidiosis of the liver is an important factor in decreasing the resistance to caffein.
British Dictionary definitions for coccidiosis
Word Origin for coccidiosis
Word Origin and History for coccidiosis
Modern Latin, from Greek *kokkidion, diminutive of kokkis, diminutive of kokkos "berry" + -osis.