dysbiosis

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek δυσ-(dus-, bad) and βίωσις(bíōsis, way of living); the intended meaning of the compound word is contrasted with symbiosis "a relationship of mutual benefit". Synchronically, dys- +‎ -biosis.

Noun[edit]

dysbiosis (plural dysbioses)

  1. A medical condition caused by microbial imbalances within the body

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