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Meanings and phrases
- the pathological state resulting from the invasion of the body by pathogenic microorganisms
- the communication of an attitude or emotional state among a number of people; contagion
- (phonetics) the alteration of a speech sound under the influence of a neighboring sound
- (medicine) the invasion of the body by pathogenic microorganisms and their multiplication which can lead to tissue damage and disease
- an incident in which an infectious disease is transmitted; contagion; transmission
- moral corruption or contamination
- (international law) illegality that taints or contaminates a ship or cargo rendering it liable to seizure
Vincent 's infection
- an acute communicable infection of the respiratory tract and mouth marked by ulceration of the mucous membrane; Vincent's angina; trench mouth
- an infection that is acquired at a hospital or other healthcare facility; nonsocial infection
- an infection of the sebaceous gland of the eyelid; sty; stye; hordeolum
- bacterial infection limited to a specific organ or region especially one causing symptoms elsewhere
- an inflammatory condition caused by a fungus; mycosis
- The cause is typically a bacterial infection and less commonly a fungal infection.
- Dermatophytes or yeast seen on a KOH test indicate the person has a fungal infection.
- Tinea versicolor refers to a fungal infection of the skin caused by "Malassezia furfur".
- an infection that is acquired at a hospital or other healthcare facility; cross infection
- any infection caused by a microorganism that does not normally cause disease in humans; occurs in persons with abnormally functioning immune systems (as AIDS patients or transplant patients receiving immunosuppressive drugs)
- any infection caused by a protozoan
- any infection of the respiratory tract; respiratory tract infection
- the probability of becoming infected given that exposure to an infectious agent has occurred; risk
- Costs associated with these donations include pain and risk of infection.
- As with all surgery, arthroscopic labral reconstruction has a small risk of infection.
- BV may increase the risk of infection with or reactivation of human papillomavirus (HPV).
- an infection with staphylococcus bacteria; usually marked by abscess formation
- intestinal infection by a species of parasitic tapeworm; usually the result of eating inadequately cooked meat or fish
- an infection of the oral pharynx and tonsils by streptococcus; streptococcal sore throat; strep throat; streptococcus tonsilitis; septic sore throat
- a communicable infection transmitted by sexual intercourse or genital contact; venereal disease; VD; social disease; Cupid's itch; Cupid's disease; Venus's curse; dose; sexually transmitted disease; STD
- infection by a virus that is pathogenic to humans; virus infection
- He died a few hours later, doctors diagnosing a viral infection.
- Gargling is practiced in Japan for perceived prevention of viral infection.
- In March 2017 Ogris was struck by a viral infection which affected his kidney, liver, heart and brain.
- infection by a virus that is pathogenic to humans; viral infection
- It is used for treatment of hepatitis B and herpes simplex virus infection.
- Patients must be tested for hepatitis B virus infection prior to prescription.
- Their work led to the understanding that both proteins are necessary for influenza A and B virus infection and replication.
- They are usually caused by a bacterial infection.
- Septic arthritis is due to a bacterial infection to the joint.
- The diseases are caused by specific types of bacterial infection.
- This causes a urinary tract infection.
- This can lead to upper respiratory tract infection and sometimes requires tracheostomy to relieve the symptom.
- In 2012, the top three deadly diseases were HIV/AIDS, lower respiratory tract infection, and diarrheal diseases.
- They have been shown to be effective in reducing infection rates in both men and women.
- There are potentially 23 genes that may have mechanistic roles of this skin infection, and 21 show significant differences in infection rates, especially among children.
- Studies on raccoons in the Southeast yielded infection rates ranging from 15% in 1992. to 47% in 2009 In Armadillos from Louisiana prevalence ranged from 1% in 1991 to 28% in 1988.
- He died of a lung infection in Altenburg on April 12, 1809.
- An autopsy revealed that he was suffering from a lung infection.
- Deng died on 19 February 1997, aged 92 from a lung infection and Parkinson's disease.
- Their use in surgical procedures is to help prevent infection of incisions.
- Moldy bread, honey and copper salts were also used to prevent infection from dirt in burns.
- Antibiotics are also used to prevent infection in cases of neutropenia particularly cancer-related.