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Johannesburg, December 7 ( ANI ): Doctors say HIV infection when left undiagnosed and untreated for a long time, can trigger off a dormant virus called cytomegalovirus (CMV), which can lead to blindness.
We examined prospectively the outcome of primary and nonprimary maternal cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection during pregnancy among 88 and 120 women, respectively.
Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) poses an important public health problem as it is associated with infections in the immunocompromised, including transplant recipients and HIV infected individuals, as well as with congenital infections.
Two widely discussed hypotheses involve infection with cytomegalovirus and the use of nitrate inhalants.
Among their topics are human cytomegalovirus infections and mechanisms of disease, virus entry and activation of innate immunity, the antibody-mediated neutralization of infectivity, determinants of macrophage tropism, the rat model for infection and vascular diseases, and current perspectives on vaccine development.
Five people had already developed cytomegalovirus disease between receiving the transplant and the T cells, and two of these died.