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inclusion body. noun. : an inclusion, abnormal structure, or foreign cell within a cell (such as the eosinophilic body formed by a cytomegalovirus or the abnormal filament characteristic of some myopathies)What is the abbreviation for inclusion body?
Inclusion body myositis (IBM) is a progressive muscle disorder characterized by muscle inflammation, weakness, and atrophy (wasting). It is a type of inflammatory myopathy. IBM develops in adulthood, usually after age 50.What is Cytomegalic Inclusion Body disease?
Cytomegalic inclusion body disease (CIBD) is caused by infection from the cytomegalic virus (CMV), a type of herpes virus that can lie dormant after initial infection and then reactivate periodically throughout life.What is the difference between myositis and myopathy?
Myopathy means diseases of muscles like muscular dystrophy, myosotis. Myalgia means pain in muscle. Rhabdomyolysis means death of muscle fibers. These terms are not interchangeable. Myopathy implies a problem with the muscle itself, many different causes.