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viremia

[vī′rē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Presence of viral particles in the blood.
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3bn is made, the brilliance of the plan laid out by the study, cost will decrease as the cases of Viremic Virus C drop as well.
Based on these inputs, the prevalence of HCV viremic individuals peaked in 1996 at 2,255,000, and a total of 1,938,700 were viremic in 2013.
This study suggests that people engaged in a high CCHFV-risk occupation in these provinces, such as shepherds, farmers, veterinarians and other persons who are in close contact with ticks, should take precautions to avoid exposure to infected ticks, viremic animals and contaminated camel blood or tissues.
The median first detectable RNA level was 96 copies/ml among transiently viremic patients, 94 copies/ml among the lasting low-level viremic patients and 426 copies/ml among the lasting high-level viremic patients (Kruskal-Wallis test, P = 0.
Tree frogs, such as the Eastern Gray Treefrog (Hyla versicolor) and the Green Treefrog (Hyla cinerea), are generally found off the ground in small shrubs or trees where viremic feeding mosquitoes may occur.
Some persistently viremic cats may remain healthy carriers of the virus for many years.
We are trying to locate at least 1000 elite controllers and 1000 viremic controllers--the latter with persistent viral loads (for greater than 1 year in the absence of therapy) of 50 to 2000 RNA copies/mL.
The addition of nucleic acid-amplification testing to the screening of tissue donors will help close the viremic window-that period of time before infection can be detected by laboratory testing-thereby lowering the risk of these infections among recipients of donated tissues, the investigators said.
outbreak appears to be the result of the carriage of WNV from the Middle East via viremic migratory birds, although there have been suggestions that the illegal importation of infected birds may have been a factor.
HIV-infected patients who were viremic despite antiretroviral therapy had smaller brain volumes than did infected patients with undetectable levels of virus on treatment.