viremia

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viremia

[vī′rē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Presence of viral particles in the blood.
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Pathogenesis of canine paroviral enteritis : the importance of viraemia.
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Villano SA, Vlahov D, Nelson KE, Cohn S, Thomas DL; Persistence of viraemia and the importance of long term follow-up after acute hepatitis.
HIV-1 intermittent viraemia in patients treated by non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor-based regimen.
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Effect of tumour necrosis factor alpha antagonists on serum transaminases and viraemia in patients with rheumatoid arthritis and chronic hepatitis C infection.
In their study, HCV viraemia became undetectable within 1 month of commencing interferon in three of the five patients whose serum ALT levels decreased to normal on therapy.