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  • adv. Using the methods of virology

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  • Alternanthera philoxeroides syrup could prevent influenza, as it has been proved clinically and virologically: Taking Guben tablets (Codonopsis pilosulae, Astragalus membranaceus, Atractylodes macrocephala, etc.) in autumn-winter season will prevent the acute attack of chronic bronchitis,

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  • Secondly, you have to keep in mind that the consequence of being intolerant to the regimen and virologically failing the regimen is really the same.

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  • The vaccination status of 111 cases who presented with an influenza-like illness and in whom influenza A H1N1 infection was virologically confirmed (positive PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs) will be compared with 467 controls who presented with an influenza-like illness and were virologically negative for influenza A H1N1.

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  • The total number of children in the treatment studies was just under 1800, about two thirds of whom had virologically confirmed flu.

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  • Temporal distribution of virologically-confirmed (grey bars) and compatible cVDPV cases

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  • To describe the problem of vaccine-derived polio as 114 virologically-confirmed cases, worldwide, over some twenty years, gives a very different impression than a description which suggests a minimum of hundreds of thousands, and more likely several million infections by vaccine-derived viruses, some of which became endemic in large populations.

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  • Philippines, China and Cambodia, resulting in a total of 114 virologically-confirmed (and an unknown number of undiagnosed or unreported) cases

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  • Although only 114 virologically-confirmed paralytic cases were identified in the eight cVDPV outbreaks, it is likely that a minimum of hundreds of thousands, and more likely several million individuals were infected during these events, and that many thousands more have been infected by VDPV lineages within outbreaks which have escaped detection.

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  • Geographic distribution of virologically-confirmed type 2 cVDPV cases in Egypt between 1988 and 1993.

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  • This is consistent with up to 70\% of children The median age of the virologically-confirmed cases was higher in Haiti than in the DR (7 years [range: 2-12 years] versus 3 years [range: 9 months-14 years]), reflecting differences in the age distribution of immunity to infection between the two countries.

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