viscerotropic


viscerotropic
Affecting the viscera. [L. viscero, internal organs, + G. trope, a turning]

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vis·cer·o·trop·ic .vis-ə-rə-'träp-ik adj tending to affect or having an affinity for the viscera <\viscerotropic leishmaniasis>

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vis·cer·o·tro·pic (vis″ər-o-troґpik) [viscero- + -tropic] primarily acting on the viscera; having a predilection for the abdominal or thoracic viscera.

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