noun Pathology.

infestation with pinworms.

Origin of enterobiasis

1925–30; < New Latin, equivalent to enterob(ius) an intestinal worm (entero- + Greek bíos life) + -iasis -iasis
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British Dictionary definitions for enterobiasis



a disease, common in children, caused by infestation of the large intestine with nematodes of the genus Enterobius, esp the pinworm (E . vermicularis)
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enterobiasis in Medicine




Infestation of the intestine with the common pinworm Enterobius vermicularis.
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