viremia


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viremia

[vī′rē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Presence of viral particles in the blood.
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Our search revealed that 27 viruses that can result in viremia have been found in human semen (Table).
Women with HCV infection reported before their date of delivery were categorized into three risk groups: 1) high risk (evidence of viremia [RNA-positive] during pregnancy); 2) possible risk (evidence of viremia before pregnancy but no RNA results during pregnancy); and 3) unknown viremic risk (anti-HCV antibody-positive but no RNA results).
Although diagnostic serology is helpful for disclosing HBoV infection with disease, some studies suggest that the detection of a high viral load of HBoV genomic DNA in blood may be useful in establishing the diagnosis of HBoV infection with disease (10), and one study also suggested that if HBOV viremia occurs it can disseminate to other parts of the body (1).
Just like the set point viral load, the HIV DNA tends to remain at a stable level after peak viremia without ART intervention.
A diagnosis of any psychiatric disorder at the time of the first interview was associated with a significantly increased risk of viremia across the next 2.
Surveillance data from the CDC's Zika Pregnancy Registry has shown viremia in symptomatic women can last up to 46 days after onset of symptoms.
The virus can persist in the semen long after viremia clears, and in one individual, Zika virus was detected in the semen 62 days after symptom onset.
The researchers used standard statistical methods to calculate risk of hospital admission for all causes and for specific causes according to viral load status (elite controller, medical controller, low viremia, or high viremia).
DRB1*0701, an allele known as highly associated with viral persistence and disease severity, had a higher frequency in patients with high viremia (12.
While there has been an increased recognition of the BK virus among the transplant community, and varying algorithms have been designed to alter immunosuppressant medications in an attempt to decrease the rates of BK viruria and viremia, there has been limited progress in reducing renal graft loss from BK virus associated nephropathy (Kuypers, 2012).