cytomegalic


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cy·to·meg·a·lic

(sī'tō-meg'ă-lik),
Denoting or characterized by markedly enlarged cells.
[cyto- + G. megas, big]

cytomegalic

(sī′tō-mĭ-găl′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or characterized by greatly enlarged cells.

cytomegalic

adjective Referring to any condition or disease characterised by very large cells (e.g., cells infected with human herpesvirus 5; cytomegalovirus).

cytomegalic

Characterized by enlarged cells.
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A sensitive method for quantifying cytomegalic endothelial cells in peripheral blood from cytomegalic infected patients.
5) A viral panel consisting of Epstein Barr, Cytomegalic virus, herpes 1, 2 and 6, and hepatitis should be ordered.
CMV can cause a variety of clinical syndromes, collectively known as cytomegalic inclusion disease.
To add to the confusion, the clinical symptoms of mononucleosis are mimicked by several other viruses, including adenovirus and cytomegalic inclusion disease virus.
Includes only: candidiasis disseminated (112.5) of: mouth (112.0) skin and nails (112.3) other and unspecified sites (112.8, 112.9) (excludes: 112.1, 112.2, 112.4) coccidioidomycosis (114) cytomegalic inclusion disease (078.5) endocarditis, acute or subacute (421.0, 421.9) herpes simplex (054) herpes zoster (053) histoplasmosis (115) microsporidiosis (136.8) mycobacteriosis, other and unspecified (031.8, 031.9) Due to HIV infection (excludes: 031.0, 031.1) myocarditis, acute or subacute (422.90, 422.99) Nocardia infection (039) opportunistic mycoses (118) pneumonia: NOS (486) other bacterial (482.0-482.9) pneumococcal (481) viral NEC and NOS (480.8, 480.9) Salmonella infections (003.1-003.9) (excludes: gastroenteritis 003.0) septicemia (038) strongyloidiasis (127.2) tuberculosis (010-018)
Those conditions that might display plain film findings include abnormal intracranial calcifications related to such problems as unrecognized subdural or intracerebral hematoma, parasitic lesions, vascular lesions (eg, calcified arteriosclerotic plaques, aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations, capillary and venous angiomas), tuberous sclerosis, inflammatory lesions (eg, toxoplasmosis, tuberculoma, cytomegalic inclusion disease), degenerative lesions, and calcifications in neoplasms; and intracranial tumors.