Definitions for "coccidiosis"
any of a group of infectious diseases caused by protozoan parasites (coccidia) of the order Coccidia, which infect the intestines of birds, dogs, and other vertebrates.
an intestinal infection by a one-celled organism called "Coccidia" which causes diarrhea. Common in puppies. controlled substances - medications that contain narcotic substances.
A disease caused by microscopic, single-cell organisms called coccidia. It is particularly harmful in poultry flocks.