postinfectious

postinfectious

/post·in·fec·tious/ (pōst″in-fek´shus) occurring after infection.

postinfectious

[-infek′shəs]
Etymology: L, post + inficere, to stain
after an infection.
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The most common causes are postinfectious acute cerebellar ataxia, toxin ingestion and Guillain-Barre syndrome.
Subsequently, this entity has widened its spectrum and has been associated with different clinical neurologic and nonneurologic conditions, including postinfectious disorder (7), rapid withdrawal of antiepileptic drugs (8), high-altitude cerebral edema (9), and various metabolic disorders (hypoglycemia and hypernatremia) (10).
In addition, it is likely that the 39 patients who were lost to follow-up recovered without problems instead of remaining as postinfectious patients with continuing problems.
Postinfectious IBS (PI-IBS) has been shown to have an autoimmune etiology in both murine and human studies (see figure 1).
Bronchiolitis Postinfectious bronchiolitis, smoking related (respiratory bronchiolitis), aspiration, connective tissue diseases, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, immunoglobulin deficiency 4.
Midcervical postinfectious ligamentous instability: a variant of Grisel's syndrome.
Previous studies have demonstrated that bakumondoto was effective for postinfectious cough (Fujimori et al.
BOSTON -- Thirty percent of individuals with a history of Salmonella or Campylobacter infections reported ongoing postinfectious symptoms as long as 10 years after the initial infectious event, according to Paul Enck, Ph.
Neuroprogressive disease of postinfectious origin: a review of a resurging subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE).
Proliferative lupus nephritis (class III and IV), hepatitis C-associated cryoglobulinemia, and postinfectious glomerulonephritis would be the most likely diagnoses.
CD4+ T cells regulate surgical and postinfectious adhesion formation.