cytomegalic inclusion disease

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cytomegalic inclusion disease

[¦sīd·ō·mə¦gäl·ik in′klü·zhən di′zēz]
(medicine)
A virus infection primarily of infants characterized by jaundice, liver enlargement, and circulatory disturbances.
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The snake is completely healthy and has never had contact with snakes infected with inclusion body disease, says Freeland Dunker, a veterinarian at the academy.
And although the viruses were found in snakes with inclusion body disease, that doesn't necessarily mean the virus causes the illness.
and was soon convinced that inclusion body disease was worth going after.