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Vibrio vulnificus

[ vŭl-nĭfĭ-kəs ]
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n.
A bacterium capable of causing septicemia in individuals with an underlying chronic disease, especially hepatic disease, as well as causing wound infections, especially to persons who handle shellfish.
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