Congenital cytomegalic inclusion disease View Full Text


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DATE

1971-09

AUTHORS

F. Vassella, E. Rossi

ABSTRACT

Of a total of 30 infants and children with cytomegaloviruria 19 were considered to suffer from connatal disease. This assumption was based either on clinical findings present already during the neonatal period or on signs of prenatal infection. The most common clinical sign was hepatomegaly, followed in decreasing order by developmental retardation, abnormal neurological findings, splenomegaly, epilepsy, microcephaly, jaundice, interstitial pneumonia, intracerebral calcifications, chorioretinitis, malformations, hydrocephalus, lymphocytic meningitis and thrombopenia. 13 of the 19 infants had CF antibody titers of 1:30 or greater, but 3 patients had no detectable CF antibodies. Titers showed a tendency to decrease in the course of the months. Cytomegaloviruria in a child was still present after 27 months. The duration of virus excretion and CF antibody titer could not be correlated with the severity of the illness. More... »

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169-175

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00442266

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4323059


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