What Is the Definition of Acariasis?

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Acariasis refers to a skin disease caused by infestation of mites and it is also referred to as acaridiasis as well as acarinosis. The term was first used in 1828 and it is categorised under medical names.
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ac·a·ri·a·sis
[ak-uh-rahy-uh-sis]
NOUN [PLURAL AC·A·RI·A·SES, PATHOLOGY]
1.
infestation with acarids, especially mites.
2.
a skin disease caused by such infestation, as scabies.
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infestation with arthropod parasites of the order Acarina including the ticks and mites. See also tick infestation. cutaneous acariasis see mange. nasal acariasis see nasal acariasis
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