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trichinosis trich·i·no·sis (trĭk'ə-nō'sĭs)
A disease caused by eating undercooked meat, usually pork, that is infested with trichinae, which develop as adults in the intestines and as larvae in the muscles, causing intestinal disorders, fever, nausea, muscular pain, and edema of the face.

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