Definition of fecal
: of, relating to, or constituting feces
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Not for me so much, but for those still in uniform during this particular fecal maelstrom in our nation's political history.
Germs found in fecal sludge cause illnesses such as diarrhea which results in the deaths of more than 750,000 children under five every year.
The American Gastroenterological Association recently set up a registry for physicians to report their findings with fecal microbiota transplantation procedures.
First of all, the longterm effects of fecal transplants are unknown.
Follow-up blood and urine tests — and an at-home fecal sample — will be requested every three years.
IDEM mandates that beaches are monitored for E. coli, a type of fecal coliform bacteria commonly found in animals and humans.
More than 20,000 pounds of beef that may contain potentially deadly bacteria from fecal matter has been recalled in Ohio and three other states, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
An unexpected perforation of her lower intestine leaked fecal matter into her body.
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