spirochet-, spirochaet-, spirocheta-, spirocheti- (long flowing) +

(Greek: coil; [long flowing] hair; hence, "hair, bristle"; spirochetes, coil-shaped microorganisms)

bronchospirochetosis (haemorrhagic bronchitis)
Chronic bronchitis due to infection with spirochetes (though other bacteria are usually present and contribute to the infection) and characterised by cough and bloody sputum.
Relating to, or caused by the association of fusiform bacteria and spirochetes.
fusospirochetosis; fusospirochaetosis (British)
Infection with fusobacteria and spirochetes.
1. Parasitic or free-living bacteria; many of which are pathogenic to humans and other animals.
2. A coiled rod-shaped bacterium, many of which cause diseases; such as, syphilis and relapsing.

The spirochetes, or spirochaetes, are a phylum of distinctive bacteria, which have long, helically coiled cells.

Presence of spirochetes in the blood.
Destructive to spirochetes; especially, within the body of an animal host.
spirocheticide, spirochaeticide
1. The killing of spirochetes, a type of parasitical bacteria.
2. An agent destructive to spirochetes.
Caused by spirochetes.
Destruction of spirochetes, as by chemotherapy or by specific antibodies.
Any of various diseases; such as, syphilis, caused by infection with spirochetes.
1. Any disease caused by a spirochete.
2. Avian spirochetosis, a highly fatal bacterial disease of chickens, turkeys, pheasants, and other birds caused by Borrelia anserina and transmitted chiefly by the fowl tick, Argas persicus.
Relating to or marked by spirochetosis.
Bacteriuria with spirochetes in the urine.