•  Tests 
  •  Quick Turn Around Time
  •  Reporting as per ISO guidelines


Test Criteria

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is closely related to the viruses that cause chickenpox and  (mono). CMV infections are very common, and most of us will probably have one in our lifetimes.

Most people infected with CMV have no symptoms or only mild symptoms. In healthy kids, a CMV infection is rarely serious. Any symptoms it does cause usually are mild and temporary. But cytomegalovirus (site-uh-meg-uh-low-VY-rus) can cause problems for an unborn child whose mother has the virus and for people with weak.