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Acute

... and, especially in urban communities, food handlers who are carrier s. ACUTE HIV INFECTION : The four- to seven-week period of rapid viral replication following exposure to HIV . Acute necrotizing ulcer ative gingivitis Acute necrotizing ulcer ative mucositis Acute renal failure ...

Acute HIV infection

... symptoms include fever , headache , fatigue , and swollen lymph node s. ACUTE HIV INFECTION : The four- to seven-week period of rapid viral replication following exposure to HIV . Acute HIV infection Acute idiopathic poly neuritis Acute illness Acute kidney failure Acute leukemia ...

Genetic

... Stability Research Interest: Telomeres have been implicated in a number of cellular processes including aging , chromosome stability, meiosis, replication timing, ... CLEFT LIP - A genetic disorder that results in the failure of fusion in the upper lip. Also seen commonly in association with ...

Genetics

... Stability Research Interest: Telomeres have been implicated in a number of cellular processes including aging , chromosome stability, meiosis, replication timing, ... Trait: In genetics , a trait refers to any genetic ally determined characteristic. In technical terms, a genetic trait is amenable ...

HIV

... assay ( ELISA ). HIV SETPOINT: The equilibrium viral load that arises after acute infection and reflects the balance between HIV replication and immune activity. This equilibrium is stable for some years. HIV Human immuno deficiency virus . A virus that slowly destroys the ...

Hiv infection

... in gay men. The number of infections in this group has remained steady. ACUTE HIV INFECTION : The four- to seven-week period of rapid viral replication following exposure to HIV . Early HIV infection often causes no symptoms, and must be detected by testing a child's blood for the presence of ...

Inflammation

... Epivir-HBV (lamivudine) tablet and oral solution Indication: treatment of chronic hepatitis B associated with evidence of hepatitis B viral replication and active liver inflammation . CHRONIC HEPATITIS - Prolonged inflammation and death of liver cells persisting for six months or more ...

IV

... viral infection . H IV SETPOINT: The equilibrium viral load that arises after acute infection and reflects the balance between H IV replication and immune activity. This equilibrium is stable for some years. H IV ES ( Urticaria ) SYMPTOMS"Strong itching ( pruritus ) may suddenly ...

Make

... do not eat enough to supply your nutrition al needs. Diarrhea further depletes important nutrients. To make a copy or duplicate of something. replication cycle In biology, refers to the reproduction cycle of virus es. A repliction cycle begins with the infection of a host cell and ends with the ...

Syncope

... ; coma ; syncope ; ... McGrady AV et al. Outcome of biofeedback -assisted relaxation for neurocardiogenic syncope and headache : a clinical replication series. Appl Psychophsyio Biofeedback March 1997. 22(1) pp63-72. return to top ... Because of the ineffective contraction s of the heart , the ...

Virus

... machinery of the body's own cells to survive and reproduce. virus (VYE-rus) A microorganism that can infect cells and cause disease . virus replication cycle ... As virus es are unable to duplicate like bacteria , they have to invade a healthy cell in order to do so. The virus invades the ...
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