Congenital cytomegalic inclusion disease
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Cytomegalic inclusion disease was found in a 5-week-old infant who died unexpectedly. Myocarditis was observed; it was believed… Expand A newborn infant with congenital cytomegalic inclusion disease had spontaneous fractures of the distal radii bilaterally, and… Expand ABSTRACT. The study included two clinical materials. First, the frequency of cytomegalovirus and its clinical significance were… Expand The indirect immunoperoxidase antibody technique (IPA) has been applied to determine immunoglobulin (Ig)G to humans… Expand 1. While below 10 degrees C, the initial burst of Pi liberation in the hydrolysis of Mn(II)-ATP by heavy meromyosin or myosin… Expand During a 15-month period, cytomegalovirus (CMV) isolations were attempted from leukocytes derived from 290 healthy blood-bank… Expand The most sensitive available method of detecting apparent or inapparent congenital cytomegalovirus infection is virus isolation… Expand Summary A search for evidence of cy-tomegalovirus (CMV) infection was made in a group of patients with hemolytic anemia… Expand