Infection vs Anticestodal - What's the difference?

infection | anticestodal |

As nouns the difference between infection and anticestodal

is that infection is (pathology) the act or process of infecting while anticestodal is an anticestodal agent.

As an adjective anticestodal is

that serves to counter infection by tapeworms.



(en noun)
  • (pathology) The act or process of infecting.
  • An uncontrolled growth of harmful microorganisms in a host.
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    Derived terms

    * spurious infection




  • That serves to counter infection by tapeworms.
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • An anticestodal agent.