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 proportion of patients with postinfectious olfactory dysfunction who were improved at follow-up was significantly higher in the vitamin A group than in the control group (37% vs.
The current iteration includes 60 specific recommendations and five tables that stratify pathogens by exposures, clinical signs and symptoms, postinfectious sequelae, laboratory diagnostics, and antimicrobial therapy.
Another possible etiology might be a postinfectious phenomenon, in which the viral infection leads to a delayed immune response and for which laboratory evidence of the involved pathogen might be lacking at the time of weakness onset (9).
Nine weeks after onset, symptoms were better but not resolved; because of concerns that these symptoms were triggered by a postinfectious immune-mediated process, a trial of intravenous immunoglobulin was administered.
Dolores Bonzon, pediatrician and kidney and hypertension specialist, told Lifestyle that the most common cause of hypertension in children is acute postinfectious glomerulonephritis in children 5 years old and above, an acute condition in which hypertension eventually resolves.
Rituximab and intravenous immunoglobulins for relapsing postinfectious opsoclonus-myoclonus syndrome.
Examples include posttraumatic kyphotic collapse, degenerative scoliosis, postinfectious kyphosis, and AS.
4] The classic presentation of TTP is that which follows postinfectious intestinal infection with either shigatoxin-producing Escherichia coli or Shigella dysenteriae.
Bone transport for postinfectious segmental tibial bone defects with a combined ilizarov/taylor spatial frame technique.