viruria

viruria

 [vi-roo´re-ah]
the presence of viruses in the urine.

vir·u·ri·a

(vir'yū'rē-ă),
Presence of viruses in the urine.
[virus + G. ouron, urine]

viruria

/vir·uria/ (vi-roo´re-ah) viruses in the urine.

viruria

(vī-ro͝or′ē-ə)
n.
Presence of viruses in the urine.

vi·ru·ria

(vīr-yūr'ē-ă)
Presence of viruses in the urine.
[virus + G. ouron, urine]

viruria

the presence of viruses in the urine.
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Pregnant women who were Zika virus positive by quantitative reverse transcription PCR (RT-qPCR) (6) were monitored by a multidisciplinary medical team at the Crianca e Maternidade Teaching Hospital in Sao Jose do Rio Preto, and viruria levels in urine were measured until delivery.
The significance of renal C4d staining in patients with BK viruria, viremia, and nephropathy.
Following the viremic phase of infection and a slightly longer period of viruria, diagnosis must be made with serological methods, which is challenging.
High incidence of JCV viruria in JC-seropositive older individuals.
Renal transplantation recipients who develop polyomavirus infection are usually found with viruria or obviously abnormity in kidney and urinary system.
While there has been an increased recognition of the BK virus among the transplant community, and varying algorithms have been designed to alter immunosuppressant medications in an attempt to decrease the rates of BK viruria and viremia, there has been limited progress in reducing renal graft loss from BK virus associated nephropathy (Kuypers, 2012).
Asymptomatic carriage of adenovirus is common in HIV- infected persons [12]; asymptomatic viruria occurs in up to 20% of persons with HIV/AIDS [13]; and asymptomatic adenoviremia has been reported in children who are HIV- seropositive [12].
Detection of antibody to cytomegalovirus induced early antigens and comparison with for serologic assays and presence of viruria in blood donors.
A group from Ireland reported reactivation on natalizumab treatment of the related BK virus with both viraemia and viruria in 12/56 patients.
Detection of anti-body of cytomegalovirus-induced early antigens and comparison with four serologic assays and presence of viruria in blood donors.