concurrent infection


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concurrent infection

[kən′kər·ənt in′fek·shən]
(medicine)
Two or more forms of an infection existing simultaneously.
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Twenty cases of chronic otitis in dogs with confirmed concurrent infection of Staphylococcus aureus and Malassezia pachydermatis, formed the material for present study.
Cases with fewer than 7 CAB constitute a heterogeneous group of entities that includes nonspecific changes, early GVHD, and/or those with concurrent infections.
According to the importance of concurrent infection it is recommended that the role of other pathogens such as Newcastle E.
Hence, a patient with acute febrile illness not responding to appropriate therapy within 48 h must be investigated for concurrent infection with other tropical infective diseases.
Concurrent infection for both HBsAg and AntiHCV antibodies was positive in only 4 patients.
phagocytophilum for human ehrlichiosis, it is common for persons afflicted with Babesia to have concurrent infections.
We suspect that concurrent infection of HPV and another genital tract infection such as chlamydia may alter the host's ability to clear virus.
Concurrent infection with two or more agents occur frequently under field conditions [19, 21].
Only 72 suspected patients had concurrent infection with serotype 2 and 3.
Concurrent infection of these viral infections with another vector-borne parasitic disease, malaria, is uncommon in India and would pose a challenge for medical diagnosis because of overlapping clinical symptoms.
Objective: Studies on concurrent infection of dengue and malaria are uncommon in India.
After the researchers adjusted for demographics, asthma severity, history of PICU admissions, and concurrent infection, they found that the use of LABA in conjunction with ICS may have decreased the risk of PICU admission, compared with ICS alone (OR, 0.
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