seronegative


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seronegative

[¦si·rō′neg·əd·iv]
(pathology)
Having a negative serologic test for some condition.
Specifically, having a negative serologic test for syphilis.
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However, he felt vindicated when Sanofi issued a warning in November last year on the vaccination of seronegative children using an upgraded test that he himself recommended.
Halstead pointed out it was logical that the government conduct a test that allowed them to separate the children who were seropositive and seronegative.
He said the document listed four identified risks for seronegative people: viscerotropism (acute dysfunction of the organs), neurotropism (related to the brain and the central nervous system), severe anaphylactic reaction and severe dengue.
There have been few large-scale prospective randomized clinical trials comparing the efficacy of products that are leukoreduced or CMV seronegative alone to products that are both leukoreduced and CMV seronegative in mitigating TT-CMV.
A seropositive family member was defined as an individual with STA titer [greater than or equal to]1:160, while a seronegative family member was defined as an individual with STA titer [less than or equal to]1:80.
Our study aimed to identify the difference of IDO level between seropositive and seronegative leprosy subjects.
double dagger]) Difference in percentage of Hispanics within the seropositive and seronegative categories of the immunosuppressed population (p<0.
LAS VEGAS -- When rheumatologists consider a differential diagnosis that includes seronegative rheumatoid arthritis, they should also consider chikungunya, according to Len Calabrese, DO.
Concurrently, the primary analyses were conducted in the per-protocol population, in which study participants received all three vaccinations within pre-defined day ranges, did not have major deviations from the study protocol and were seronegative to the relevant HPV type(s) prior to dose one.
Only one child who was seronegative at diagnosis later tested positive for celiac autoimmunity and celiac disease on repeat testing, Dr.
Our hypothesis was that higher urinary arsenic concentrations would be associated with a higher seronegative prevalence of VZV IgG.
014) but did not differ from seronegative rheumatoid arthritis in terms of Disease Activity Score-28 levels (pless than 0.