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  • Influenza

    By ultrathin section EM of virus-infected cells, spherical and elliptical virions of D/Yamagata ( Fig. 2A to D ), D/Oklahoma ( Fig. 2E to H ), C/AA ( Fig. 2I to M ), and C[] Fig. 1.[] FIG 2 ICV and IDV virions visualized by ultrathin section EM.[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    […] problem with sedation" was strongly associated with URI status, and because this outcome could be plausibly related to the occurrence of AAEs, we chose to include it in Fig[] Finally, the mean time to resolution of cough for bronchiolitis ranged from eight 34 to 15 38 days (table 4, fig 7 ).[] […] based on URI status by using no URI as the referent from the multivariable logistic regression model that controlled for the same characteristics as the model used to create Fig[]

  • Insect Bite

    These conditions include drug reactions (fig 4), urticarial reactions, a prevesicular early stage of bullous pemphigoid, insect bites (fig 5), infestations, and HIV related[] Leucocytoclastic vasculitis should be ruled out in all cases of neutrophilic dermatosis 31 (fig 7C).[] When epidermal changes are present, they are further subdivided into spongiotic dermatitis, interface dermatitis, and psoriasiform dermatitis (fig 2).[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Gastritis symptoms can be helped by consuming fiber-rich foods such as beans, bran, corn, potatoes, figs, oatmeal and peas, according to the University of Maryland Medical[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    Fig. 3. IFIH1 restricts HRV and RSV replication. Related to SI Appendix , Figs.[] RSV infection during the summer season (from June to November), whereas other viruses including HRV and FLU A did not show any discrete seasonality (online supplementary fig[] . 2 C and SI Appendix , Fig.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    However, statistically significant urine F2-IsoP changes exist between groups (p 0.011) (Fig. 1).[] Women had to provide a urine sample showing no bacterial growth three or more days after treatment before they were scheduled for follow up (fig 1 ).[] Fig 1. Diagnostic categories of bacteriuria UTI urinary tract infection.[]

  • Sinusitis

    Fig. 1 Nasal passages Between 44% and 72% of people with bronchiectasis also have a diagnosis of rhinosinusitis.[] These are the maxillary, frontal, ethmoid and sphenoid sinuses ( Fig. 1 ).[] Rhinosinusitis is inflammation of the nasal passages and paranasal sinuses, which leads to a build-up of mucus production which may increase the risk of infection (Fig.1).[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    ERV immediately after TGV, followed by a slow IVC; fig. 2 ).[] Rhinovirus showed a peak incidence during the fall ( Fig 2 ).[] In this statement, previously accepted definitions will be used (fig. 1 ) 14 – 18 .[]

  • Skin Infection

    It commonly involves the lower limbs (Fig. 3) and in most cases is unilateral.[] Classically, erysipelas affects the face ( Fig. 2 ), but it can also involve other areas such as the lower limb.[] As infection progresses, the skin can change colour to purple or blue and eventually breaks down to form bullae and gangrene (Fig. 4).[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    (Fig.5-19)[] Refer back to Fig.5-14 to note the areas of fertility failure. Group 2 losses are related to poor egg production or poor ovulation.[] Use the farm records to identify the group loss by referring to the factors listed in Fig.5-18. These will then indicate which group or groups are involved.[]

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