What Is the Meaning of a Pathogenic Disease?


A pathogenic disease is referred to as a disease brought about by organisms in humans. This disease can be caused by bacteria, fungi, viruses, parasites or prions among others all which bring about different conditions.
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A pathogen is defined as any organism that's capable of causing disease or infection within the body. Viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites are all classified as pathogenic organisms
I believe it is disease which is not caused by bacteria(pathogen)
You can get parasites that can cause disease, but all other
ya, fungi, bacteria and viruses are pathogens. and im pretty sure the 4th is protozoan parasites.
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