Presentation Summary : Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Is the most common congenital viral infection. Mode ... prevention or treatment of congenital CMV infection ganciclovir has been used to treat ...
Source : http://www.4medstudents.com/students/ViralInfectiousdiseases(Glandularfever%2CHPV).ppt
Presentation Summary : Title: ID/NICU Lecture Congenital CMV Author: Sharon Last modified by: SCVHHS Created Date: 4/25/2012 8:17:41 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
Source : http://vmcfoundation.org/vmc/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/David-Hong-Presentation.ppt
Presentation Summary : NEONATAL INFECTIONS, NOENATAL SEPSIS, OPTHALMIA NEONATRUM & CONGENITAL SYPHILLIS. ... Congenital rubella is a viral infection acquired from the mother during pregnancy.
Source : http://www.nursingppt.in/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/neonatal-infections.pptx
Presentation Summary : Cytomegalovirus (CMV) DR.MOHAMMED ARIF ... The viral genome is ds-DNA. ... CMV and HIV-infection Diagnosis of CMV infection CMC-congenital infection.
Source : http://www.ksums.net/files/Archive/2nd/427/Term%20II/Microbiology/Group%20B/Virology/12-%20Cytomegalovirus%20(CMV).ppt
Presentation Summary : Title: Cytomegalovirus Infection Maternal Infection Author: George Wendel Last modified by: UAMS Created Date: 11/19/2003 3:39:30 AM Document presentation format
Source : http://www.uams.edu/ANGELS/perinatal_conference/Presentations/2005/Perinatal%20Infections.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
Presentation Summary : Viral exanthems can be difficult to distinguish from a drug eruption. ... Congenital Rubella Syndrome. Infection during pregnancy may can result in miscarriage, ...
Source : http://www.aad.org/File%20Library/Global%20navigation/Education%20and%20quality%20care/Medical%20student%20core%20curriculum/viral-exanthems-module.ppsx
Presentation Summary : Pediatric Exanthems ... (rare) Congenital rubella syndrome Infection during first ... hemolytic disease Aplastic crises Prolonged viral shedding Fetal infection ...
Source : http://inovapeds.org/library/powerpoints/Dermatology/Exanthems.ppt
Presentation Summary : Viral infection of the skin & mucous membrane Dr Mohammed Arif Associate professor Consultant virologist Head of the virology unit, college of medicine & KKUH
Source : http://www.ksums.net/files/Archive/2nd/427/Term%20II/Microbiology/Group%20B/Virology/09&10.%20Viral%20infection%20of%20the%20skin.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
Presentation Summary : Detection of viral DNA or CMV pp65 antigen from peripheral blood leukocytes is also indicative of congenital infection and higher viral titer correlates with ...
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Presentation Summary : Risk of Fetal infection % The congenital rubella ... VIRAL HIBATITIS Hepatitis B DNA virus Complications: may cause Hepatitis ,Cirrhosis and/or liver cancer ...
Source : http://www.obg.edu.ly/infection%20during%20pregnancy.ppt
Presentation Summary : Gastrointestinal Disorders in Pediatric Patients Revised, ... It is the result of a congenital absence of parasympathetic ... but may follow a viral infection ...
Source : http://www.austincc.edu/nursmods/mobility/mob_lev3/rnsg_2402/pedi_gi/documents/Pedi_GI_SU09_LKM.ppt
Presentation Summary : Pathogenesis of Viral Infections Clinical latency Questions? * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Viral pathogenesis “No virus is known to do good.
Source : http://judoctor2011.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/pathogenesis-of-viral-infections-dr-azmi.ppt
Presentation Summary : Detection of antibodies indicator of recent or active infection. Viral cultures Microscopic ... after such an infection suffer the severe congenital abnormalities ...
Source : http://www.austincc.edu/mlt/ser/ser_unit4notesPart5ViralInfections/Unit4Part5ViralDiseasesHerpesMMR.ppt
Presentation Summary : Viral replication also ... The exanthem begins ... rubella is mild Pregnant women infected during the 1st trimester can pass the infection transplacentally Congenital ...
Source : http://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/15509853/820993440/name/Viral+Exanthems.ppt
Presentation Summary : AETIOLOGY. Infectious type is more common and usually follows upper respiratory infection. To begin with, it is viral in origin but soon bacterial incasion takes ...
Source : http://taishan1.weebly.com/uploads/2/1/1/7/2117112/inf_of_larynx.pptx
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
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