cytomegalic


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cytomegalic

[¦sīd·ō·mə¦gal·ik]
(medicine)
Of, pertaining to, or characterizing the greatly enlarged cells with enlarged nuclei and inclusion bodies found in tissues in cytomegalic inclusion disease.
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Though a number of pathophysiological phenomena can be seen in cytomegalic infants, structure of interrelations between mechanisms of an organism's autonomic sustenance remains intact.
Characteristic infiltrative changes and cytomegalic transformations were numerous.
Marked bowel-wall thickening (>2 cm) suggests malignancy, (8,11) although certain benign conditions (especially mycobacterial infection, cytomegalic virus infection, Crohn disease, and severe ischemic colitis) may also cause marked wall thickening.
In addition to Pb poisoning, links between low SES and adverse health outcomes for children have been reported for vision problems, otitis media, hearing loss, cytomegalic inclusion disease, and iron deficiency anemia (Egbuonu and Starfield 1982).
A sensitive method for quantifying cytomegalic endothelial cells in peripheral blood from cytomegalic infected patients.