antigenaemia


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antigenaemia

[‚an·tə·jə′nē·mē·ə]
(immunology)
A condition in which viral antigen is present in the blood; occurs in viral hepatitis and may occur in smallpox, myxomatosis, and yellow fever.
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8] Positive Cryptococcal antigenaemia is an independent predictor of CM and death in patients with severe immunosuppression.
Cases of probable systemic CMV infection were identified by CMV polymerase chain reaction (PCR), CMV pp65 antigenaemia test, CMV viral culture, and CMV serology.
Long-term delta antigenaemia without appearance of delta antibody in two immunodeficient patients.
those with asymptomatic cryptococcal antigenaemia, where early intervention with fluconazole therapy can prevent progression to meningitis, potentially saving a life).
The formation of typical noncaseating granulomas represents the final product of an incomplete antigens degradation, associated with an exuberant macrophage and T- and B-cell activity due to prolonged antigenaemia [5, 6].
3] In two ART cohorts in SA, the prevalence of newly-diagnosed antigenaemia among patients with a [CD4.
Absence of antigenaemia among children is considered an evidence of the absence of transmission and new infection (4,5).
Asadullah K, Prosch S, Audring H et al: A high prevalence of cytomegalovirus antigenaemia in patients with moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis: an association with systemic tumour necrosis factor alpha overexpression.
Filarial antigenaemia was low and continued to decrease significantly in the age group 15-25 years in villages receiving MDA+VC in contrast to villages receiving only MA.
However, there was no significant difference in antigenaemia levels between pre-treatment (day 0) and PT samples collected on day 7 onwards till day 365.