cytomegalic(redirected from cytomegalic inclusion body disease)
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Denoting or characterized by markedly enlarged cells.
[cyto- + G. megas, big]
cytomegalic/cy·to·me·gal·ic/ (-mĕ-gal´ik) pertaining to the greatly enlarged cells with intranuclear inclusions seen in cytomegalovirus infections.
Of, relating to, or characterized by greatly enlarged cells.
describing a condition characterized by abnormally large cells.
cytomegalicadjective Referring to any condition or disease characterised by very large cells (e.g., cells infected with human herpesvirus 5; cytomegalovirus).
cytomegalicCharacterized by enlarged cells.
a state of cytomegaly.
cytomegalic inclusion body disease
a disease of young pigs. See inclusion body rhinitis.