noun, plural en·to·zo·a [en-tuh-zoh-uh] /ˌɛn təˈzoʊ ə/.
Examples from the Web for entozoon
In a large number of cases the entozoon has taken up its abode in organs of vital importance.
As regards the occurrence of this entozoon in the human body, the best account is that given by Frerichs.
From the earliest times this entozoon has been confounded with the palisade worm.
As above mentioned, it was Griesinger who first pointed out the clinical importance of this entozoon.
Experiments with the cultivation of our three species of the genus Nyctotherus and of Balantidium entozoon and B. coli.The Biotic Associations of Cockroaches|Louis M. Roth