noun, plural en·ter·o·vi·rus·es. Pathology.
Examples from the Web for enterovirus
The viral infection sending hundreds of Midwestern kids to the hospital is EV-68, a rather nasty strain of enterovirus.
This strain of enterovirus seems unusually provocative in irritating lower airways, thereby causing airway narrowing.
Polio is an enterovirus (lives and is replicated in our intestines) that is spread via fecal-oral transmission.U.N. Calls Middle East Polio Outbreak ‘Greatest Polio Challenge in History’|Kent Sepkowitz|April 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Polio is one of many viruses belonging to the "enterovirus" family.
Enterovirus itself, with dozens of different types that affect humans, is another, as is—most famously—poliovirus.