TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «POSTVIRAL SYNDROME»
The term «postviral syndrome» is barely ever used and occupies the 211.627
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «POSTVIRAL SYNDROME»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to postviral syndrome
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Oski's Pediatrics: Principles & Practice
BOX 244.2 Infants Infection Adenoviruses (postviral syndrome) Human
metapneumovirus Influenza virus (postviral syndrome) Parainfluenza virus type 3
(postviral syndrome) Respiratory syncytial virus (postviral syndrome) Rubella ...
Julia A. McMillan, Ralph D. Feigin, Catherine DeAngelis, 2006
Enteroviral and Toxin Mediated Myalgic ...
Organs affected, differential diagnosis of ME. 127 Organ-specific antibody activity
. 28 Owl syndrome. 39. 88, 134. 137. 172 Oxytocin. 163. 164 Pain. 88-89
Pancreas. 28. 33 autoimmune reaction. 38 postviral syndrome cases. 177
Roberto Patarca Montero, John Richardson, 2001
Infection may cause postviral syndrome Repaired nerves are rewired Holograms
capture charmed quarks Importance of volcanic activity overestimated
TECHNOLOGY. RESEARCHERS claimed last week to have found the cause of
Psychosomatic Syndromes and Somatic Symptoms
In patients with the postviral syndrome, 50% were found to have evidence of
chronic enterovirus infection and 20%, evidence of active infection with EBV (
Hotchin et al. 1989). Yousef et al. (1988) investigated 76 patients with the fatigue
Depression in the Medically Ill: An Integrated Approach
Although EBV antibodies have been found in patients with a postviral syndrome
of chronic fatigue, the diagnostic value of Epstein-Barr virus serologic tests, and
the proposed causal relationship between infection with this virus and the ...
Gary Rodin, John Craven, Christine Littlefield, 1991
: A Model for Understanding ...
Outside of the discipline of clinical genetics, the term "syndrome" is often applied
in medicine to groupings of symptoms that do not meet the requirements for a
multiple anomaly syndrome, such as postviral syndrome or AIDS (acquired
Kieran C. Murphy, Peter J. Scambler, 2005
Kaplan and Sadock's Study Guide and Self-examination Review ...
20.4 Chronic fatigue syndrome A. is proved to be a viral or postviral syndrome B.
has not been linked with fibromyalgia C. has been viewed as a vehicle for
negotiation of change in interpersonal worlds D. patients in magnetic resonance
Benjamin J. Sadock, Virginia A. Sadock, Ze'ev Levin, 2007
Neurological Rehabilitation: Handbook of Clinical Neurology
So, is CFS/ME a postviral syndrome and/ or a neurological disorder? In the
following two sections, we review the evidence for this. The remainder of the
chapter argues for an integrated, multifactorial cognitive behavioral model of CFS
Michael P. Barnes, David C. Good, 2013
The Routledge Spanish Bilingual Dictionary of Psychology and ...
... (m) post-viral — postviral syndrome síndrome (m) postraumático —
posttraumatic syndrome síndrome (m) premenstrual — premenstrual syndrome
síndrome (m) premotor — premotor syndrome síndrome (m) psicogénico —
Campbell's Psychiatric Dictionary
... victim. postural hypotension See OH. postural tremors See tremor. posturing
Posing or adopting a physical stance, usually inappropriate to the situation or too
-long maintained; characteristic of catatonia (q.v.). postviral syndrome See
Robert Jean Campbell, 2004