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(phonetics) the alteration of a speech sound under the influence of a neighboring sound

(medicine) the invasion of the body by pathogenic microorganisms and their multiplication which can lead to tissue damage and disease

an incident in which an infectious disease is transmitted

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the communication of an attitude or emotional state among a number of people

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moral corruption or contamination

(international law) illegality that taints or contaminates a ship or cargo rendering it liable to seizure

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Recurrent or reactivated maternal CMV infection poses a much lower risk to the fetus.
The outcome of CMV infection of the lungs was peribronchial and widespread interstitial fibrosis with thickening and vast deformation of the interalveolar septa.
Although 90% of OB/GYNs reported knowing that washing hands reduces the risk for CMV infection during pregnancy, a smaller proportion were aware that not sharing utensils (57%) and avoiding children's saliva (55%) reduces infection risk (Table 2).
To address which assay is preferable, one must predetermine the purpose for which the assay is required: sensitive detection and monitoring of CMV infection or identification of patients at risk of CMV disease.
This may possibly be due to earlier acquisition of CMV infection in India in childhood compared to the western populations, leading to higher seroprevalence even in younger adults (10).
A number of other blood tests can suggest a diagnosis of CMV infection, but no blood test can reliably diagnose it.
Two federally approved drugs, ganciclovir and foscarnet, fight CMV infection in people with AIDS.
Older adults may be more susceptible to CMV infection by virtue of age-related changes in immune function.
The mortality rate from CMV infection is as high as 90% if it is left untreated.
CMV retinitis was found in the majority of referred children with probable systemic CMV infection.
Further guidance regarding PJP and CMV infection are provided as follows: All patients should receive prophylaxis for PJP during treatment with Zydelig.
In immunocompromised patients, CMV infection can cause interstitial pneumonia, nodules (inflammatory or haemorrhagic), organizing pneumonia and (in severe cases) diffuse alveolar damage.
2) Strategies for the prevention of CMV infection have been associated with significant reduction in incidence and severity of disease.
3) The colonic mucosa is a preferred site of reactivation, while CMV infection of the small bowel is rare.