The diarrhea is usually caused by opportunistic infections of the digestive tract; the most common disease agents are Cryptosporidium parvum, Giardia lamblia, Campylobacter, or rotaviruses.
Schuster, F. L. (2002) Cultivation of pathogenic and opportunistic free-living amebas.
The Tories have opposed the Bill on purely opportunistic grounds.
ambrosia beetles Back » The above species are all opportunistic, colonizing suitable wood after fungi have become established.
Schuster, F. L. & Visversvara, G. S. (1998) Efficacy of novel antimicrobials against clinical isolates of opportunistic amebas.
Jackals are opportunistic feeders who are equally at home hunting small antelope or scavenging at larger kills.
In the wild, tortoises are opportunistic feeders and they will on occasion tackle carrion and dung.
In early years, the commonest occurrence was the development of severe opportunistic infections with death a likely outcome.
extreme leftists are amoral pragmatists, a strategic orientation that can also be termed opportunistic.
opportunistic in nature.
opportunistic infection or cancer.
opportunistic screening of patients in the waiting room.
opportunistic feeders or do they have particular feeding times that an angler can exploit?
Criminal attacks are often opportunistic, and often all a system has to be is more secure than the next system.
The ability to move across a broad and varied band of jobs is also very opportunistic.
However, many in the scientific community will see this as a somewhat opportunistic response.
You are encouraged not only to be systematic but also opportunistic in thinking about research.
Our politicians approach a problem with politically opportunistic aims.
At the risk of sounding opportunistic in my argument, yesterday's Conservative Party is not what I'm taking my lead from.
Once in your gut they get to work to displace and then devour any opportunistic pathogens.
It is thought that PML is linked to opportunistic infection with the JC virus (a human polyomavirus ).
stratify collection is opportunistic, represents the entire age range and can be broadly stratified by region.
Otherwise religion mutates into aggressive tribalism and an excuse for deliberate opportunistic taking of offense.
thief reality is that most burglaries are carried out by opportunistic thieves rather than ' professional ' criminals.
With opportunistic good taste, one of the mistresses of the art has scored a triple whammy.
Sample collection is opportunistic, represents the entire age range and can be broadly stratified by region.
The reality is that most burglaries are carried out by opportunistic thieves rather than ' professional ' criminals.
The symptoms of feline distemper put a lot of stress on the immune system, so opportunistic infections quickly follow.
However, once the immune system is engaged in fighting the virus, opportunistic bacteria can move in and set up house keeping.
In fact, wash your hands before you touch him to prevent transferring opportunistic bacteria.
Like vaginal and oral candidiasis, it is an opportunistic disease that strikes when a child's resistance is lowered, often due to another illness.
The child loses weight, becomes very weak, and if untreated eventually dies from an opportunistic infection.
Opportunistic bacterial infections that take advantage of a weakened respiratory system may cause ear, sinus, and throat infections or pneumonia.
Other early symptoms may include enlarged tonsils; swelling of the liver and spleen; enlarged lymph nodes; or opportunistic infections.
Opportunistic infections are caused by organisms that do not usually cause disease in people with normally functioning immune systems.
The most common opportunistic infection in children with XHIM is a lung disease known as Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP).
There are also some preventive measures that families can take to lower the risk of opportunistic infections and other complications in affected children.
Opportunistic infection-An infection that is normally mild in a healthy individual, but which takes advantage of an ill person's weakened immune system to move into the body, grow, spread, and cause serious illness.
There are often no symptoms of HIV in infants, but within a few months most infants who are infected show signs of opportunistic infections such as failure to thrive, chronic thrush, and persistent diarrhea.
If medical treatment is timely and successful, T cells do not become depleted and opportunistic infections do not occur.
The development of opportunistic organisms may produce other symptoms.
Likewise, probiotics may be contraindicated in patients with a compromised immune system, because opportunistic fungal infection may arise.
You set up Fitzgerald, so you're obviously cunning and opportunistic.
The opportunistic bastards that you all are, you'd take advantage of a time like this.
Arthur Atherton is an opportunistic sleaze-ball son-of-a-bitching thief who works for gangsters and would sell his own mother for the price of a cup of coffee.
This is because the immune system is usually depleted from the major battle and too exhausted to fight off opportunistic bacteria and other viruses.
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