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Synonyms for cytomegalovirus

any of a group of herpes viruses that enlarge epithelial cells and can cause birth defects


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Window period donations during primary cytomegalovirus infection and risk of transfusion-transmitted infections.
Prevymis is indicated for prophylaxis (prevention) of cytomegalovirus infection and disease in adult CMV-seropositive recipients [R+] of an allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplant.
Prevalence and dynamics of cytomegalovirus infection among patients undergoing chronic hemodialysis.
Patients and methods: Independent from the clinical strategy adopted for managing Human cytomegalovirus infection, prophylaxis versus preemptive therapy, the pp65 antigenemia assay and serological response were assessed on the day of transplantation, and then weekly during the first three months of post-transplant.
Levina EE (2006) Cytomegalovirus infection and its role in the pathology of the gastrointestinal tract.
The primary endpoint was the percentage of participants with clinically-significant cytomegalovirus infection up to 24 weeks after transplant.
Report on a long-term study of maternal and congenital cytomegalovirus infection in Sweden.
Real-time automated PCR for early diagnosis and monitoring of Cytomegalovirus infection after bone marrow transplantation.
Avery, "Update in management of ganciclovir-resistant cytomegalovirus infection," Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases, vol.
present at birth)--either inherited or caused by a maternal illness during pregnancy such as German measles, syphilis, cytomegalovirus infection, or toxoplasmosis.
Her past medical history was significant for chronic cytomegalovirus infection of the right eye, resulting in extirpation of the orbit.
Cytomegalovirus infection in immunocompetent and imunocompromised individuals--a review.
Cytomegalovirus infection and the risk of mortality and frailty in older women: a prospective observational cohort study.
Other common causes include exposure to excessive noise, injuries to the ear or head, ageing, genetic causes, problems during pregnancy and childbirth (such as cytomegalovirus infection or syphilis) and the use of medications that can damage hearing.