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Horsegram Yellow Mosaic Virus
What are signs of secondary skin bacterial infection in chickenpox.I have 3 spots that oozed w/ transparent yellow/gold fluid.Are they infected?
Ascaridia: Kes the worm can affect humans.Get a more detailed answer ›
High fever sore throat, skin sores, painless after fever broke, white blood cells fighting virus?, then died, harmless? Treatment?Antibiotics ness.?
Viruses: They stay active on surfaces for quite a while although its a different time for many, you can catch any if you try. ...Read more
Hepatitis B virus: these are different viruses.Get a more detailed answer ›
No symptoms of UTI u/s color yellow, clea,r *few bacteria RBC h 24 no WBC blood moderate does this mean cancer?
No: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, blood in urine is something that needs to be looked at. If you were menstruating at the time of the test, first thing to do would be to repeat the test when you are not bleeding. ...Read more
What is the origin of human t-lymphotrophic virus? Did it originate from primates (simian viruses?)?
Probably: The human t-lymphotropic virus type i is a human RNA retrovirus that is known to cause adult t-cell leukemia and lymphoma, and a demyelinating disease called htlv-i associated myelopathy/tropical spastic paraparesis. Htlv-i is one of a group of closely related primate t lymphotropic viruses. The ones that infect old-world primates are called simian t-lymphotropic viruses. ...Read more
Are small numbers of HIV virus trasmitted by breastfeeding (in the milk or in tiny nipple cracks)?
Yes it is possible: If the mother is HIV positive it is possible for the HIV infection to pass through breastfeeding. In the usa it is not advised for an HIV mother to bf. In the 3rd world the answer is not so clear, as the child might well be more likely to die from malnutrition or contaminated formula than from the HIV in breastmilk. ...Read more
Can viruses and/or bacteria cause mutation(s) in human genes? If so, do stem cells correct the mutations after the viral/bacterial infection is gone?
Too complex: Cannot possibly begin to answer this question in the space of 400 characters. You need to discuss this face to face with somebody who specializes in the field. ...Read more
Rash: About 20% of people who are infected w west nile virus may develop a rash. The rash is variable ; may be maculopapular or macular. Most people don’t have sx’s w west nile virus. An article entitled “characteristics of the rash associated with west nile virus fever” indicated that 33% of people w a rash had pruritus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No. : If a mosquito is carrying the virus, then one bite from that mosquito might be sufficient to transmit the virus; however, mosquito bites are a very common thing, and west nile virus is still relatively uncommon. Do not jump to conclusions just because you've been bitten a few times. The great probability is that you will not contract west nile virus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Urine culture has mixed growth of 4 bacteria species isolated. Viable count: <10 (small letter 4) /ml probably contaminants.What does this mean to me?
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