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hydatid disease

n :  a form of echinococcosis caused by the development of hydatids of a tapeworm of the genus Echinococcus (E. granulosus) in the tissues esp. of the liver or lungs of humans and some domestic animals (as sheep and dogs) .
 
 

 
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