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HSV

HSV

(Hue Saturation Value) See HSB.
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Responses by slide preparation type (conventional, ThinPrep [Hologic, Marlborough, Massachusetts], or SurePath [BD, Franklin Lakes, New Jersey]) and participant type (cytotechnologist or pathologist) were analyzed for the differences in the interpretation of HSV.
7,8) It has been reported in the literature that the presence of HSV in blood indicates the inability of the host to limit viral replication, with dissemination occurring particularly in immunosuppressed patients.
HSV infections appear in a variety of areas, involving the skin, eyes, mucous membranes, central nervous system, and genital tract (Enright & Prober, 2004).
Because the reference assay does not discriminate between HSV-1 and -2, only the presence or absence of HSV was tested.
Good-quality evidence demonstrates that systemic antiviral therapy along with condom use effectively reduces the viral shedding and therefore reduces the risk of genital HSV transmission.
After HSV enters the mucous membranes, abraded skin, or the eyes, the virus enters the epithelial cells and replicates within them.
Because HSV is poorly recognised and infrequently diagnosed, up to 90% do not know they have it.
Work in Siegal's and Bocarsly's laboratories demonstrated that HSV selectively stimulates NIPCs to generate IFN-[alpha].
Most of our knowledge of the clinical manifestations of HSV infections in children derives from cases of common mucosal HSV that present to and are treated by primary care providers," said Julia K.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 22, 2015-Meridian Bioscience Europe reports availability of new molecular tests for HSV 1&2
M2 PHARMA-May 22, 2015-Meridian Bioscience Europe reports availability of new molecular tests for HSV 1&2