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What sort of disease is a cytomegalovirus (c.M.V.) infection?

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Dr. Jeffrey Miller
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: CMV

This is a virus with is very common and causes disease such as mononucleosus type diseases, serious lung or brain infections in some people who can't fight it because of suppressed immune systems.
It is treatable with special antiviral antibiotics.

In brief: CMV

This is a virus with is very common and causes disease such as mononucleosus type diseases, serious lung or brain infections in some people who can't fight it because of suppressed immune systems.
It is treatable with special antiviral antibiotics.
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Dr. Beth Friedland
Ophthalmology
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In brief: CMViin retina

It can also cause a retinitis and vision loss in patients with a compromised immune system such as cancer patients or HIV positive.

In brief: CMViin retina

It can also cause a retinitis and vision loss in patients with a compromised immune system such as cancer patients or HIV positive.
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