noun, plural e·chi·no·coc·ci [ih-kahy-noh-kok-sahy]. /ɪˌkaɪ noʊˈkɒk saɪ/.
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Example sentences from the Web for echinococcus
Hooklets and scolices of Tnia echinococcus (Fig. 55) and embryos of Filaria sanguinis hominis have been met.
It is fairly constant in trichinosis, uncinariasis, filariasis, and echinococcus disease.
In Fig. 57 is shown a tnia which proceeds from an echinococcus.
There exists a singular cestode which bears the name of Echinococcus.
Echinococcus cysts (hydatids) have grown in the pelvic connective tissue and obstructed labour.