Generalized infection

Generalized infection

An infection that has entered the bloodstream and has general systemic symptoms such as fever, chills, and low blood pressure.
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These findings also revealed that no mutations had accumulated in the genome of PUUV during transmission of the virus to the patient and the fatal generalized infection that followed.
Gingivostomatitis--A systemic viral disease, accompanied by signs of an acute, generalized infection with distinct clinical lesions involving the mouth and sometimes the oropharynx.
In birds, it produces a generalized infection resulting in lethargy and sometimes death.
Of course, you also have the generalized infection.
If transmitted to someone with eczema it may result in a severe rash and generalized infection known as eczema vaccinatum (EV).
On the basis of histopathologic and microbiologic findings, we concluded that the chimpanzee died from generalized infection by an enterovirus, which caused an overwhelming inflammation of the heart muscle.
Circulation of cowpox virus in wild and domestic animals, together with decreased immunity in humans, may lead to increased occurrence of human cowpox, especially in atopic and immunocompromised persons who are at risk for generalized infection.
They analysed 780 HIV sequences from 53 normal and abnormal tissues from seven patients who had died between 1995 and 2003 from various AIDS-related conditions, including HIV-associated dementia, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and generalized infections throughout the body.
can provide an entryway for the bacteria, which may result in localized or possibly generalized infections.
However, in immunocompromised patients, severe generalized infections have been documented (1,2).
Generalized infections are seen mainly in immunosuppressed patients; however, isolated cutaneous infections have been reported in immunocompetent patients.

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