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Culture-Negative Endocarditis, IowaClinic
Definition
Cysticercosis, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Cysticercosis / About cysticercosis
Cytomegalovirus Infection Congenital, Pediatric Bulletin
Congenital Cytomegalovirus Infection and Disease/ CMV IN PREGNANT WOMEN, SYMPTOMS IN THE NEWBORN, DIAGNOSIS IN THE NEWBORN, EVALUATION OF THE NEWBORN WITH CMV (SEE TABLE BELOW), TREATMENT, PREVENTION
Cytomegalovirus Retinitis, U-M Kellogg Eye Center
Cytomegalovirus Retinitis (CMV Retinitis)/ Definition, Symptoms, Treatment, Clinic Information
Cytomegalovirus, AEGiS
Cytomegalovirus / Classification, Description, Danger Zone, Prevention, Treatment
Cytomegalovirus, Immunodeficiency Clinic/University Health Network
Cidofovir/ Cidofovir is an antiviral medication used for the treatment of Cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection. The drug is also used to prevent a relapse of CMV after the initial treatment of the infection.
Cytomegalovirus, New York State Department of Health
Cytomegalovirus (CMV)/ New York State Department of Health, Communicable Disease Fact Sheet
Cytomegalovirus, Southern Medical Journal
History of the Cytomegalovirus/ Abstract: Because it is capable of producing both congenital and acquired infections, the cytomegalovirus (CMV) has become an extremely important pathogen, and review of its history is pertinent. Inclusion- bearing cells were first shown by Ribbert in 1881. Goodpasture and Talbert in 1921 were the first to suggest that the ?ytomegalia?could be due to a viral agent. In 1950, Smith and Vellios showed that infection may occur in utero. The introduction of exfoliative cytology methods allowed identification of characteristic cells in the urine of infected infants. Smith in 1956, Rowe and coworkers in 1956, and Weller et al in 1957 independently isolated human CMV strains. In 1960, Weller and coworkers proposed the term ?ytomegalovirus?and subsequently isolated CMV from the urine of infants with generalized disease. CMV has now become one of the most common opportunistic pathogens encountered in patients immunocompromised from congenital or acquired causes such as AIDS or transplantation procedures.
Dengue Fever, Microscopy UK
Aedes aegypti and Dengue fever
Dengue, Pediatric Bulletin
Dengue Fever, Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever, and Dengue Shock Syndrome/ SUSCEPTIBILITY AND RESISTANCE, CLINICAL FEATURES, DENGUE HEMORRHAGIC FEVER AND DENGUE SHOCK SYNDROME, TREATMENT AND CONTROL
Dengue, SWASTHYALOAK
Dengue Bangladesh/ Basic Information, Global Situation, Bangladesh Situation
Diarrhea Infectious , Drug Monitor
Antimicrobial Recommendation for Infectious Diarrhea/ Bug, Drug
Diarrhea Prevention, Travelers' Health
Food and Water Precautions and Travelers' Diarrhea Prevention/ Water, Treatment of Water, Food, Travelers' Diarrhea
Diarrhea, Quick Care
Diarrhea/ Basis, Prevention(Infectious Diarrhea, Non-infectious Diarrhea )
Diphtheria for Adults, NFID
Facts About Diphtheria For Adults/ Definition, Prevention, Symptoms, Who should get Td vaccine, Vaccine Safety
Diphtheria, ASTDHPPHE
Diphtheria/ What is diphtheria, What is the infectious agent that causes diphtheria, Where is diphtheria found, How do people get diphtheria, What are the signs and symptoms of diphtheria, How soon after exposure do symptoms appear, How is diphtheria diagnosed, Who is at risk for diphtheria, What complications can result from diphtheria, What is the treatment for diphtheria, How common is diphtheria, Is diphtheria an emerging infectious disease, How can diphtheria be prevented
Diphtheria, CDC
Diphtheria [pdf format]
Diphtheria, Encyclopaedia Britannica
Diphtheria
Diphtheria, MCB
Lecture: Diphtheria (Corynebacterium diphtheriae)/ Bacterial Pathogenesis, MCB103/PMB103/SPH102, History, Disease and microbiology, Diphtheria toxin, Genetics and regulation of diphtheria toxin, Vaccine
Dog Fleas, IowaClinic
 
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