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cytomegalic inclusion disease

noun

Medical Definition of cytomegalic inclusion disease

  1. :  a severe disease especially of newborns that is caused by the cytomegalovirus and usually affects the salivary glands, brain, kidneys, liver, and lungs—called also inclusion disease


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