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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Cases with fewer than 7 CAB constitute a heterogeneous group of entities that includes nonspecific changes, early GVHD, and/or those with concurrent infections. As the possibility of early treatment-responsive GVHD cannot be excluded, a subset of these cases may be better classified as possible GVHD (after evaluation of clinical parameters and exclusion of drug effect and infection) to better triage these patients.
Mohapatra et al conducted a study to compare the clinical features and outcome of concurrent infection with mono-infection of dengue and malaria in India.
Although concurrent infections are reported, they are not very common (5-6).
(110.) Nauts HC, Enhancement of Natural Resistance to Renal Cancer: Beneficial Effects of Concurrent infections and Immunotherapy with Bacterial Vaccines.
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. This is particularly true along the coastal states of the Northeastern United States south of Massachusetts.
"We suspect that concurrent infection of HPV and another genital tract infection such as chlamydia may alter the host's ability to clear virus.
Most frequently patients with generalized nonconvulsive status epilepticus will be elderly, often female, benzodiazepine abusers or users of neuroleptic medications or antiepileptic drugs with a sudden change in drug use; have a concurrent infection; and have a prior tonic-clonic seizure that "kicks off" the NCSE state, Dr.
Concurrent infection with two or more agents occur frequently under field conditions [19, 21].
Clinicopathological findings and successful management of concurrent infection of Babesiosis and Ehrlichiosis in dogs.
Only 72 suspected patients had concurrent infection with serotype 2 and 3.
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