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Encephalitozoonosis


infection with fungi of the genus encephalitozoon. Lesions commonly occur in the brain and kidney tubules. Other sites of infection in mammals are the liver; adrenal glands; OPTIC NERVES; retina; and myocardium.

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Encephalitozoon cuniculiEncephalitozoon intestinalisCuniculiRolf HellemALOPEXMetynnisLeersiaNeosepsAtheliciumCunninghammyces

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