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Viral Infectious diseases (Glandular fever, HPV, CMV ... PPT

Presentation Summary : Viral Infectious diseases (Glandular fever, HPV, CMV) Done by: Hisham Al-Hammadi Glandular fever (Infectious Mononucleosis) Caused by EBV (90% of cases).

Source : http://www.4medstudents.com/students/ViralInfectiousdiseases(Glandularfever%2CHPV).ppt

Slide 1 PPT

Presentation Summary : Risk and features of congenital infection. Risk of congenital infection: Organism (Teratogenicity) Type of maternal infection(Primary ,recurrent)

Source : http://www.ksums.net/files/2nd/05%20Reproductive%20Block/Male/Microbiology/L1-CI.pptx


Presentation Summary : Congenital rubella infection (CRI): ... Congenital, Perinatal, and Neonatal Viral Infections Intrauterine Viral Infections Rubella Cytomegalovirus (CMV) ...

Source : http://www.sums.ac.ir/icarusplus/export/sites/s/vice_chancellor/health/vahedhaye-setadi/behdashte-khanevade/upload/maderan/rubella_and_crs.ppt

TORCH Infections - NCC Pediatrics Residency at Walter Reed ... PPT

Presentation Summary : Supportive care only with parent education Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Most common congenital viral infection ~40,000 infants per year in the U.S. Mild, ...

Source : http://www.nccpeds.com/powerpoints/TORCH_maranich.ppt

TORCH Infections - kau.edu.sa PPT

Presentation Summary : Supportive care only with parent education Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Most common congenital viral infection ~40,000 infants per year in the U.S. Mild, ...

Source : http://www.kau.edu.sa/Files/140/Files/34061_TORCH_maranich.ppt


Presentation Summary : Congenital rubella is a viral infection acquired from the mother during pregnancy. It has been established that the rubella virus can be responsible for other ...

Source : http://www.nursingppt.in/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/neonatal-infections.pptx

Stages of viral infection - University of Maryland, College Park PPT

Presentation Summary : Lecture 20: Infection See Flint et al, Appendix 2 General points: A general listing of different viral diseases that affect different organs of the body.

Source : http://dinmanlab.umd.edu/BSCI437/20%20Infection/Lect%2020%20infection.ppt

CMV - University of Nevada School of Medicine PPT

Presentation Summary : * * CYTOMEGALOVIRUS Most common perinatal viral infection in developed countries ... The virus can be isolated from the placenta following congenital infection; ...

Source : http://www.medicine.nevada.edu/Residency/lasvegas/Pediatrics/documents/CMVpresentation.ppt

Infections during pregnancy - Department of Obstetrics and ... PPT

Presentation Summary : Risk of Fetal infection % The congenital rubella syndrome includes: a-Neuropathic changes: ... VIRAL HIBATITIS Hepatitis B DNA virus Complications: ...

Source : http://www.obg.edu.ly/infection%20during%20pregnancy.ppt

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) - Download Center PPT

Presentation Summary : The viral genome is ds-DNA. Replicate in the nucleus. ... The most severe form of congenital CMV infection is referred to as cytomegalic inclusion disease ( CID ) .

Source : http://www.ksums.net/files/Archive/2nd/427/Term%20II/Microbiology/Group%20B/Virology/12-%20Cytomegalovirus%20(CMV).ppt

Thrombocytopenia in neonates - Oregon Health + Science University PPT

Presentation Summary : Underlying disorders: hemolytic anemia, congenital hepatitis, congenital viral infection, and portal vein thrombosis Management: Dx and tx of underlying cause.

Source : http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/health/services/doernbecher/research-education/education/med-education/upload/Thrombocytopenia-sas-2005.ppt

Infections in Pregnancy - Isfahan University of Medical Sciences PPT

Presentation Summary : Infections in Pregnancy Dr Shahnaz Aram General Principles Pregnancy does not alter resistance to infection Severe infections have greater effects on the fetus ...

Source : http://doc.mui.ac.ir/images/Beheshti/Dr.Aram/infectionspreg.ppt

Herpesviruses - Virology PPT

Presentation Summary : Congenital Infection Defined as the isolation of CMV from the saliva or urine within 3 weeks of birth. Commonest congenital viral infection, affects 0.3 - 1% ...

Source : http://virology-online.com/presentations/herpesviruses.ppt

ID/NICU Lecture Congenital CMV - VMC Foundation PPT

Presentation Summary : Chronic infection leads to intermittent viral shedding 1956 ... :563-76 CMV is the most common congenital infection Stanford/El Camino Hospital/SCVMC ...

Source : http://vmcfoundation.org/vmc/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/David-Hong-Presentation.ppt


Presentation Summary : Most common congenital viral infection. Mild, self limiting illness. Transmission can occur with primary infection or reactivation of virus.

Source : http://anaesthesia.co.in/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Infectious-Disease-Anesthesia.pptx

Viral Infections in the Immunocompetent Host PPT

Presentation Summary : Benign viral infection characterized by fever and maculopapular non-confluent craniocaudal rash. May occasionally be complicated by arthralgia. Congenital infection.

Source : http://depts.washington.edu/idhmc/print/FellowsCourses2011/Viral_Infections_in_the_Immunocompetent_Host_2011.pptx

CMV In Pregnancy - sums.ac.ir PPT

Presentation Summary : *The most common vertically transmitted viral infection in the developed ... (transplacental, in utero acquisition) resulting in congenital CMV infection ...

Source : http://www.sums.ac.ir/icarusplus/export/sites/s/vice_chancellor/health/vahedhaye-setadi/behdashte-khanevade/upload/maderan/cmv_in_pregnancy.ppt

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