B19


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B19

Virology A parvovirus that infects humans, causing fifth disease-erythema infectiosum, hydrops fetalis–due to intrauterine infection, pure red cell aplasia and chronic anemia in immunocompromised Pts. See Fifth disease.
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FSGS has been described as a clinical consequence of parvovirus B19 infection (18-20).
Only a couple of large series reports have described either on its potential to precipitate varying forms of cytopenia in patients prior to or at the diagnosis of ALL and may infrequently serve as a prodrome to ALL or a persistent B19 infection (9,10).
It is thought that 50-80% of adults have been affected by parvovirus B19.
Haematological response to Parvovirus B19 infection in homozygous sickle-cell disease.
Remove the B19 tube from the elbow fitting on the engine bulkhead.
Similar to B19 infection, which is rarely reactivated in the setting of BM/PBSC transplantation (6,7), none of the BM/PBSC Vansplant patients were PARV4/5 positive.
Other topics include Crohn's disease, hip dislocation in cerebral palsy, obstructive sleep apnea, Parvovirus B19 infection, and tuberculosis.
The model system of human parvovirus B19 (B19) has been studied to investigate the use of PNA molecule as a probe in ISH assays for the detection of viral nucleic acids in clinical specimens.
West Woodburn First School, near Hexham, Northumberland, closed yesterday after about half of the 22 pupils developed signs of Parvovirus B19, or "slapped cheek syndrome".