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  1. Rapid Dx, Tx of neonatal viral infections critical. (Herpes Simplex, Cytomegalovirus).: An article from: Pediatric News by Mitchel L. Zoler, 2001-12-01
  2. Evaluation of Human Cytomegalovirus (HCMV): Viral Load Using Real-time PCR in Comparison With HCMV ELISA in Renal Transplant Patients in Khartoum State-Sudan by Khalid Enan, Dr. Isam Elkhider, et all 2010-04-29
  3. Cytomegalovirus: Webster's Timeline History, 2003 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2009-07-11
  5. Cytomegalovirus DNA: a common finding in the hearts of patients with fatal myocarditis (Postgraduate Medicine) by Tamar F. Barlam, 2010-05-19
  6. Association of type 2 diabetes mellitus and seroprevalence for cytomegalovirus.(coxsackie B viruses): An article from: Southern Medical Journal by Bertram W. Roberts, Irina Cech, 2005-07-01
  8. Cytomegalovirus immunity in pregnancy in South of Iran.(Report): An article from: American Journal of Infectious Diseases by Abdolreza Sotoodeh Jahromi, Mahin Jamshidi Makiani, et all 2010-01-01
  9. Cytomegaloviruses. - Rinderpest Virus. - Lumpy Skin Disease Virus (Virology Monographs Die Virusforschung in Einzeldarstellungen) by J.B. Hanshaw, W. Plowright, et all 1968-01-01
  10. Pocket Reference to Cytomegalovirus Infection by Vincent C. Emery, 2006-06
  11. Cytomegalovirus (Boerhaave cursus) (Dutch Edition)
  12. Pocket Pharma: Valganciclovir and Cytomegalovirus Infection by R. Rubin, P. Reusser, 2003-01
  13. The increasing importance of cytomegalovirus, Epstein-Barr virus and the human herpes viruses types 6,7 and 8: Recommendations from the IHMF Management Strategies workshop and 3rd annual meeting
  14. Pocket Reference to Antiviral Management of Cytomegalovirus Infection by Vincent C. Emery, 2006-08

61. Cytomegalovirus
cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a common viral infection that rarely causes disease in healthy individuals. cytomegalovirus. What is cytomegalovirus infection?
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What is Cytomegalovirus infection?
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a common viral infection that rarely causes disease in healthy individuals. When it does cause disease, the symptoms vary depending on the patient's age and immune status. Who gets CMV infection? In the United States, approximately 1% of newborns are infected with CMV while growing in their mother's womb (congenital CMV infection). Many newborns however, will acquire CMV infection later by passage through an infected birth canal during the birth process or via infected breast milk (perinatal CMV infection). Children, especially those attending day-care centers, who have not previously been infected with CMV may become infected during the toddler or preschool years. Most people will have been infected with CMV by the time they reach puberty. How is CMV spread?

62. Cytomegalovirus
Up. cytomegalovirus infection or cytomegalic inclusion disease may occur congenitally but is most commonly seen in the acquired form.
Home Up Contributors Submission Information ... Site Map Cytomegalovirus infection or cytomegalic inclusion disease may occur congenitally but is most commonly seen in the acquired form. This acquired infection is noted most commonly in patients with immunosuppression secondary to tumors, chemotherapy, transplantation, or AIDS infection. Clinically, this condition is characterized by an extensive retinitis with sharply defined borders. This lesion has often been described as a "brush fire" with large areas of necrosis and hemorrhage of the retina(#22232). Histopathologically, this condition is characterized by a cagulative, necrotizing retinitis. Often there is a secondary diffuse inflammation of the choroid underlying this lesion(#10634). The retinal cells infected by this organism show large intranuclear inclusion bodies, as well as small intracytoplasmic inclusion bodies. -(#22925, #22928, #22931, #22934, #22937, #22940, #22943) are all slides of cytomegalovirus induced retinitis. -Other views of cytomegalovirus found in AIDS patients can be seen in slides (#32353, #32355, #32364, #32368, #32371, #32376, #32377, #32386, #32391, #32444, #32445).

63. Infección Por Cytomegalovirus
Translate this page VIH y SIDA. . Infección por cytomegalovirus, Revisión, junio 1.999. El cytomegalovirus El cytomegalovirus (CMV) es un virus
VIH y SIDA VIH y SIDA Infección por Cytomegalovirus Revisión, junio 1.999
El Cytomegalovirus El Cytomegalovirus (CMV) es un virus miembro de la familia de los herpes que infecta y produce enfermedad en humanos. Todos los herpesvirus son partículas grandes compuestas por envoltura externa, nucleocápside y un core que contiene proteínas y el genoma viral (ADN). Otros virus de esta familia son los Herpesvirus humanos 1, 2, 6, 7 y 8, el virus de la varicela-zoster y el virus de Epstein-Barr. Todos ellos inducen una infección latente de por vida en sus huéspedes y tienen capacidad para transformar células, bien de sus huéspedes o de otros diferentes. Situación en España Dentro del contexto del SIDA y como enfermedad indicativa de éste, la enfermedad por CMV ha supuesto el 1,5% de todos los casos declarados en 1.998 (hasta septiembre) mientras que la retinitis por CMV supuso el 1,3%. De los 25.134 casos de SIDA declarados entre enero de 1.994 y junio de 1.998, 559 (2,2%) presentaban enfermedad por CMV y 439 (1,7%) retinitis por CMV. Puede encontrar más información sobre el CMV en Recomendaciones del AIS-EEUU. Enfermedad por CMV

64. Cytomegalovirus Infection Information At
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66. Cytomegalovirus
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The Body: Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Information on treatment of CMV (cytomegalovirus) at The Body, the complete AIDS/HIV information resource.
You Can Prevent Cytomegalovirus CMV, or cytomegalovirus (si-to-MEG-a-lo-vi-rus), is a virus that is found in all parts of the world. For someone with HIV or AIDS, CMV can cause retinitis (blurred vision and blindness), painful ....
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67. A To Z Encyclopedia Topic: Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
cytomegalovirus (CMV). What is cytomegalovirus (CMV)? cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a virus related to the herpes virus group of infections. (CM

68. UAB Health System | Cytomegalovirus (CMV) In Newborns
cytomegalovirus (CMV) in Newborns. What is cytomegalovirus (CMV)? cytomegalovirus (CMV inclusion disease. What causes cytomegalovirus (CMV)?

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Translate this page intention of constant improvement and actualisation, one of the first projects was the construction of a 3d computer model of human cytomegalovirus (HCMV), a
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Based on the results of current research and with the intention of constant improvement and actualisation, one of the first projects was the construction of a 3d computer model of human cytomegalovirus (HCMV), a member of the herpesvirus group.
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This site presents various images of HCMV showing typical aspects of scientific objectives. Modified variants of these illustrations were reproduced also in other media - these publications are listed in the reference section. A photographic impression of the discovery of the filoviridae is provided as an interesting preview for the present project.

70. Human Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
Human cytomegalovirus (CMV) Immune Evasion and Vaccine Development. Table of Contents. Foreword. General Information about cytomegalovirus. What is CMV?
Human Cytomegalovirus (CMV): Immune Evasion and Vaccine Development Table of Contents Foreword 1. General information about Cytomegalovirus What is CMV? Transmission and Epidemiology ... 4. CMV links 5. E-mail me! 6. References 7. Back to Immune Evasion Strategies HOME 8. Back to Bio 160 Homepage Foreword : The previous three pages at the "Evasion of the Immune Response" homepage present the fundamentals of immune evasion from cytokines, the complement system, and antigen presentation. This page is intended to illustrate specific examples of immune evasion by Cytomegalovirus and demonstrate how the immune responses to CMV shape vaccine development. A brief introduction to Cytomegalovirus is included to motivate the study of CMV and vaccine development and to provide background information. General Information about Cytomegalovirus What is CMV? Cytomegalovirus is a ubiquitous beta-herpesvirus. Acute CMV infections are usually silent in immunocompetent individuals, although acute CMV infection may also cause a brief mononeucleosis-like malaise in immunocompetent adults. Approximately 70% of the population possess antibodies to CMV. Following infection, the virus resides in endothelial cells, macrophages, or granulocyte stem cells and may cause reinfection if the host is rendered immunosuppressed, as by HIV or by immunosuppressive agents used during transplantation and chemotherapy. Additionally, fetuses are at risk of congenital defects, as they have undeveloped immune systems.

71. Cytomegalovirus Infections
This section provides more detail of one particular infection that affects patients with AIDS called cytomegalovirus or CMV.
This section provides more detail of one particular infection that affects patients with AIDS called cytomegalovirus or CMV.
What is CMV infection?
Many of us become infected with this virus when we are quite young. It usually causes a short illness with a fever or a glandular fever type illness which goes away on its own. For most of us, the infection stays quietly inside of us for the rest of our lives without problems. If the immune system weakens however as in AIDS then this and other viruses can become active again causing problems in various parts of the body. For around 3% of patients this illness is the onset of AIDS. For the rest the immune system must be quite weak before this can happen usually well after the onset of AIDS.
What are the common problems with CMV?
The commonest problem we see is an infection at the back of the eye - called CMV retinitis. The inflammation causes problems with eyesight and blindness can occur. The other common area affected by CMV is the bowel where it can produce inflammation. This usually presents as pain, diarrhoea and or fever.

72. Cytomegalovirus - Pancreas
cytomegalovirus Pancreatitis. The use of newer more potent immunosuppressive drugs such as tacrolimus and mycophenolate mofetil are
Cytomegalovirus Pancreatitis
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  • Klassen DK, Drachenberg CB, Papadimitriou JC, Cangro CB, Fink JC, Bartlett ST, Weir MR: CMV allograft pancreatitis: diagnosis, treatment, and histological features. Transplantation
  • Lo A, Stratta RJ, Egidi MF, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Grewal HP, Kisilisik AT, Trofe J, Alloway RR, Gaber LW, Gaber AO: Patterns of cytomegalovirus infection in simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplant recipients receiving tacrolimus, mycophenolate mofetil, and prednisone with ganciclovir prophylaxis. Transpl Infect Dis
  • Keay S: CMV infection and disease in kidney and pancreas transplant recipients: Transpl Infect Dis
  • Fernandez JA, Robles R, Ramirez P, Bueno FS, Rodriguez JM, Lujan J, Munitiz V, Martinez E, Llorente S, Gimeno L, Parrilla P: Arterioenteric fistula due to cytomegalovirus infection after pancreas transplantation. Transplantation
  • Ishibashi M, Bosshard S, Fukuuchi F, Lefrancois N, Martin X, Touraine L, Dubernard JM: Incidence of CMV infection in simultaneous pancreas and kidney transplantation: comparative study of two surgical procedures segmental pancreas versus whole bladder-drained pancreas. Tranplant Proc
  • Humar A, Uknis M, Carlone-Jambor C, Gruessner RW, Dunn DL, Matas A: Cytomegalovirus disease recurrence after ganciglovir treatment in kidney and kidney-pancreas transplant recipients.
  • 73. - Heart Transplant - Updates
    cytomegalovirus infection was less in the low dose (8%) and in the high dose (8%) everolimus group than in the azathioprine group (22%).
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    January 1, 2002 - Section 113 of the BIPA (Benefits Improvement) Act of 2000 removes Medicare time limits for covering immunosuppressive drug costs for heart transplant recipients. If your benefits for anti-rejection drugs ran out in the past, you can now get them again. This does not apply to such drugs used for end-stage kidney disease. The drugs covered area
    • Sandimmune (cyclosporine) Imuran (azathioprine) Atgam (antithymocyte/globuline) Orthoclone (OKT3 (muromonab-CD3) Prograf (tacrolimus) Cellcept (mycophenolate mofetil) Daclizumab (Zenapax) Cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan) Prednisone, Prednisolone

    74. Cytomegalovirus
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    75. University Of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center
    cytomegalovirus Retinitis (CMV Retinitis).
    Approximately 14 million people in the U.S. - about one out of every 20 people - have low vision. Approximately 135 million people around the world have low vision. Home Eye Conditions A-D E-M ... Frequently Asked Questions Cytomegalovirus Retinitis (CMV Retinitis) Definition Symptoms Treatment Clinic Information Definition
    Cytomegalovirus retinitis, or CMV retinitis, is the most common severe infection affecting the eye in patients with AIDS. The disease typically occurs during the late stages of AIDS when individuals have a T cell , or CD4 count, of less than 100. Left untreated, CMV can take a person's sight within two to six months. Symptoms
    • Blurry vision Eye pain Photophobia Floaters Eye redness Loss of vision

    The symptoms described above may not necessarily mean that you have CMV retinitis. However, if you experience one or more of these symptoms, contact your eye doctor for a complete exam. Treatment
    Traditional treatment has used intravenous medications that are given daily via a permanent catheter. Newer treatments have become available over the past year which either do not require intravenous therapy or which can be given less frequently. One such therapy, called a vitrasert implant, has recently been shown to be superior to intravenous therapy in controlling the CMV infection, as reported by Dr. David Musch from the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center in the New England Journal of Medicine. The vitrasert implant is surgically placed in the eye and so delivers a high concentration of drug directly to where the infection is located. Retinal surgeons at the Kellogg Eye Center perform these surgeries on a routine basis. The implant procedure is done as an outpatient and is effective for approximately six to nine months, at which time a second device can be implanted.

    76. Cytomegalovirus And Deafness
    Congential cytomegalovirus and Deafness. may be responsible for some unknowns. What is CMV? CMV is an abbreviation for congenital cytomegalovirus.
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    77. Cytomegalovirus And HIV
    cytomegalovirus (CMV) has been a major cause of morbidity and mortality in patients with AIDS.(1) Epidemiologic studies indicated that through 1992 nearly half

    78. Disease Directory : Infectious Diseases : Viral : Cytomegalovirus
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    79. Cytomegalovirus
    cytomegalovirus. cytomegalovirus, also often labeled CMV, is a type of Herpes virus also known (in humans) as human herpesvirus type
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    Cytomegalovirus , also often labeled CMV, is a type of Herpes virus also known (in humans) as human herpesvirus type 5, or HHV-5. It is in the betaherpesvirinae subfamily of Herpes. The name means "cell very big virus CMV especially attacks salivary glands and may also be devastating or even fatal to fetuses. CMV viruses are found in many mammal species, but generally are specific only to that species Table of contents 1 General information
    2 Characteristics of the virus

    3 Transmission and prevention

    4 Situations in which CMV infection could be a problem
    6 Treatment
    General information
    Cytomegalovirus, or CMV, is found universally throughout all geographic locations and socioeconomic groups, and infects between 50% and 85% of adults in the United States by 40 years of age. CMV is also the virus most frequently transmitted to a developing child before birth. CMV infection is more widespread in developing countries and in areas of lower socioeconomic conditions. For most healthy persons who acquire CMV after birth there are few symptoms and no long-term health consequences. Some persons with symptoms experience a mononucleosis -like syndrome with prolonged fever , and a mild hepatitis . Once a person becomes infected, the virus remains alive, but usually dormant within that person's body for life. Recurrent disease rarely occurs unless the person's

    80. INFPREG | Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
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