Manifestations Of Cmv Disease In Renal Transplant Recipients

Manifestations of cytomegalovirus (CMV) disease in renal transplant recipients.

CMV disease

A. Syndrome: fever, leukopenia, malaise, lack of another cause

B. Organ specific: hepatitis, enteritis—duodenum, colon; pancreatitis; pneumonitis;

interstitial nephritis, retinitis

C. Risk of CMV disease by donor

Recipient serostatus without antiviral prophylaxis

D/R Infection* Disease

Infection determined by new anti-CMV antibody development or a greater than fourfold rise in anti-CMV titers.

Endoscopic aspects of cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection. A, CMV esophageal ulcers. B, CMV duodenal ulcers.

FIGURE 10-24 (see Color Plate)

FIGURE 10-23 (see Color Plates)

Endoscopic aspects of cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection. A, CMV esophageal ulcers. B, CMV duodenal ulcers.

FIGURE 10-24 (see Color Plate)

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