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Cytomegalovirus retinitis, also known as CMV retinitis, is an inflammation of the eye's retina that can lead to blindness.
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CMV retinitis is a sight-threatening complication of HIV/AIDS, chemotherapy and bone marrow transplants; learn about treatments.
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Patients with CMV retinitis also have a chance of developing retinal detachment, ... CMV retinitis is diagnosed through a standard ophthalmologic exam. ...
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Cytomegalovirus (CMV) retinitis is a viral inflammation of the retina of the eye. ... the pupils and indirect ophthalmoscopy will show signs of CMV retinitis. ...
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Overview: Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a ubiquitous DNA virus that infects the ... Untreated CMV retinitis inexorably progresses to visual loss and blindness. ...
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CMV Retinitis usually occurs only in one eye at a time and it is rare to develop ... The major complication of CMV retinitis, in addition to the infection itself, is ...
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One serious CMV infection is CMV retinitis, which can cause blindness. ... Patients with CMV retinitis also have a 25-40% of developing retinal detachment, ...
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CMV retinitis is an infection of the retina by the cytomegalovirus. ... ganciclovir, foscarnet, and cidofovir have all been shown to improve CMV retinitis. ...
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... (CMV) Retinitis ... Cytomegalovirus (CMV) retinitis is an infection of the retina, located in the ... CMV retinitis typically affects patients who have severely ...
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CMV retinitis is a common problem for people living with AIDS. ... W hat exactly is CMV retinitis, what are the symptoms, and how is the infection is treated? ...
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CMV Retinitis develops in 20% to 40% of patients with AIDS, making it the most ... CMV Retinitis is not associated with light sensitivity, pain, or redness of ...
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Cytomegalovirus retinitis Information from Drugs.com ... Patients with CMV retinitis also have a chance of developing retinal detachment, ...
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#Description ... Patients with CMV retinitis also have a 25-40% of developing retinal detachment, ... to be beneficial in reducing progression of CMV retinitis. ...
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Patients will then be closely followed for progression of their CMV retinitis. ... Inactive, non-sight-threatening CMV retinitis. ...
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Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is related to the herpes virus and is present in almost everyone. ... CMV retinitis. The likelihood of developing CMV retinitis increases ...
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Free articles and multimedia from The NY Times, including information on symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, tests, and surgical procedures, as well as current news ...
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There have been reports of CMV retinitis presenting soon after the initiation of ... In Hong Kong, CMV diseases, primarily retinitis, contributed to some 5-6% of the ...
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CMV retinitis is diagnosed through a standard ophthalmologic exam. Dilation of the pupils and indirect ophthalmoscopy will show signs of CMV retinitis. ...
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Congenital CMV infection may also be associated with retinitis. The precise incidence of CMV retinitis has been reported to be up to 25% of ...
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