amebic abscess


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amebic abscess

[ə′mē·bik ′ab‚ses]
(medicine)
Liquefactive necrosis of the brain and liver, without suppuration, caused by amebas, usually Entamoeba histolytica.
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A ten-year review of amebic abscess of the liver: 1956-1966.
Experience in the treatment of two hundred patients with amebic abscess of the liver in Korea.
Amebic abscess of the caudate lobe with spontaneous rupture into the biliary tract.