enzootic

enzootic (en-zo-ot´ik)

Denoting a temporal pattern of disease occurrence in an animal population in which the disease occurs with predictable regularity with only relatively minor fluctuations in its frequency over time. See epizootic, sporadic. Cf. epizootic, sporadic. endemic (2); [G. en, in, + zoon, animal]

 

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