CMV

Cytomegalo Virus
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CMV

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a common viral infection transmitted by saliva, breast milk, or urine. Relatively rare and relatively mild, the infection does occasionally cause deafness, visual impairment and neurological problems in a developing fetus.
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CMV

Combat Mobility Vehicle
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CMV

Synonym for cytomegalovirus ... <virology> Probably the most widespread of the Herpetoviridae group. ... Infected cells enlarge and have a characteristic inclusion body (composed of virus particles) in the nucleus. Causes disease only in utero (leading to abortion or stillbirth or to various congenital defects), although can be opportunistic
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CMV

CMV is a three-letter abbreviation with multiple meanings, as described below: Also, CMV is 905 in Roman numerals. ...
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CMV

a virus infection that is very common in transplant recipients; it can affect the lungs and other organs as well; a member of the family of herpes viruses
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CMV

An infection that can be passed to an unborn fetus during pregnancy. The infection is part of the herpes virus and can be found in saliva, urine, breastmilk, tears, sweat, blood, vaginal fluids, semen and other body fluids. Possible symptoms of the condition include small size at birth, seizures, jaundice, respiratory complications, liver abnorma..
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CMV

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for controlled mechanical ventilation; Cytomegalovirus. 2. A cancer drug combination treatment consisting of cisplatin, methotrexate, and vinblastine.
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CMV

A virus that may be carried in an inactive state for life by healthy individuals. It is a cause of severe pneumonia in people with a suppressed immune system, such as those undergoing bone marrow transplantation or those with leukemia or lymphoma. Also called cytomegalovirus.
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