RSV

See Rous sarcoma virus.

RSV

Respiratory Syncytial Virus
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RSV

Abbreviation for Revised Standard Version of the Bible. ...
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RSV

RSV: Although several standard medical dictionaries indicate only that RSV stands for Rous sarcoma virus, RSV in clinical medicine is the abbreviation for respiratory syncytial virus. See: Respiratory syncytial virus.
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RSV

Synonym for respiratory syncytial virus ... <virology> This RNA virus is a member of the Paramyxoviridae family and is a major pathogen in the upper and lower respiratory tract in both infants and younger children. ... Respiratory syncytial virus manifestations include bronchiolitis, pneumonia and croup. ... Acronym: RSV ... (27 Sep 1997) ......
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RSV

respiratory syncytial virus.
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RSV

RSV causes an infection in the lungs. It resembles a cold and is very contagious. RSV can be spread by coughing, sneezing and other forms of contact in which one person comes into contact with an infected person's germs. Most babies will be affected by RSV before they are 2 years old. While some babies will only experience a cold from RSV, others w...
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RSV

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for Rous sarcoma virus; respiratory syncytial virus.
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RSV

A virus that causes respiratory infections with cold-like symptoms. Also called respiratory syncytial virus.
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